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While the budget approved 

• spending maintenance money 
for the water tower nearest 
Village Hall, the.water tower near 
the intersection of Route 173 and 
McMilleiv Road will Receive the 
maintenance instead. 

The board of directors of the 
Village of , Antioch approved 
spending $188,440 for the clean- 
ing, re-coating and miscella- 
neous repairs to the 500,000-gal- 

- ion tank. Trustees Bob Caulfield 
and Scott Pierce voted against 
spending the money for this 
water tower. 

Caulfieltfsaid, "I just want to 
note that in the budget process, it 
Was this water tower 

(near Village Hall) and 
not the (Route) 173 
tower that needs the 
work." 

Pierce chimed in 
that he felt there 
should be a plan in 
place as per the road 
repair plan to address 
what water towers 
receive maintenance 
and when. 

Village engineer Jim Keim water tower for six months to one 
said it would cost twice the year, and won't know until the 
money later to maintain the SCADA system is in affect 




Pierce 



water tower than to take care of it 

now, and that there were some 

questions as to whether repairs 

on the water 

tower near 

Village Hall are 'It was blldf. 

prudent. 

Earlier in 
the meeting, the 
board approved 
working with a 
company called 
SCADA and with 
its ; program 
called 

SCADAware that is used to con- 
trol and monitor water systems. 
Keim is looking to award the 
company a $141,000 contract 
within the next 30 days as the 
system^can be. expanded to meet 

T both current and 
future needs of the vil- 
lage. 

One of the 
things it .woulcj deter- 
mine is whether the 
water tower near 
Village Hall is indeed 
adequate and warrants 
repair. 

Mayor Taso 
Maravelas said, "We 
need to monitor this 



mis way 
based on our ignorance. I 
vas told there was a suffi- 
cient amount in capital 
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whether this tower would need to 

be cared for." _____ 

Caulfield also questioned the 

expense of the 
system as the 
bid was about 
$60,000 above 
what had' been 
budgeted for a 
monitoring sys- 
tem. 

Keim said, "It 
was budgeted 
this way based 
on our igno- 
rance; 1 was told there was a suf- 
ficient amount (of money) in 
capital fund 56 to go forward." 

The board did not approve 
the expenditure of the money for 
the system, but authorized Keim 
to continue his work with the 
vendor. 

Trustee Mary. Turner said, 
"This is essential to have some- 
thing like tluVfor our infrastruc- 
ture." 

Keim concurred and said the 
public works department had 
been having problems and that 
the system is necessary to solve 
the problems. As for the "water 
tower maintenance, Keim said, 
"There's not a problem with the 
McMillen tower it's just mainte- 
nance, like changing your oil in 
your car." 



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New Jr. Miss Antioch 

Jaimy Tindall greets the crowd at Anticoh's Friday Fest after 
being crowned 2003 Jr. Miss Antioch. Tindall was the first run- 
ner up in the Antioch pageant and was awarded the Jr. Miss title 
after the winner recently moved to Texas.— Photo by J.W. 
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. While the annual Fall Arts and 
Crafts Faire is typically 10 percent 
smaller than the summer show, 
this year's should meet or exceed 
what was available in June. ..'. 

"The response from vendors 
has been just great," said Barbara 
Porch, executive director of the. 

Antioch Chamber of Commerce 
and Industry, sponsors of the 
event. "What was apprehension 
in June over the new location on 
the Orchard Street extension is 
now delight because we know 
how well it worked." 

Street extension 



is east of Route 83 back by the 






ooks; Memorial . Wetland 
anctuary. 

Scheduled for Sept. 6-7, from 
10 a.m. -5 p.m. on Saturday and 10 
a.m.-4 p.m. on Sunday, this fair 
will have more artists and crafters 
with a larger variety of wares than 
"ever before. 

"We will have artists from all 
;pver the country," said Porch. 
"It's a juried show, and we've got- 
ten more strict to ensure that 
everything is really handmade so 

consumer will get the best prod- 
ucts available. It amazes me the 

amount of detail, work that they 
can do. 

ous painters, 

ceramics, candles, jewelry, 

chimes; pottery, needle point, 



soaps, door mats, hair accessories 
and a variety of wood products 
like shelving, containers and 
carvings. New to the lineup are 
fleece blankets and scarves. 

"I attributethis to it being the 
fall show with winter just around 
the corner," said Porch. "We also 
have a stronger line showing' iri' 
holiday giftware for Halloween, 
Thanksgiving and Christmas." 

Porch said a nice variety of 
food would be available for fair 




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"In addition to the food ven- 
dors who have been with us for 
several fairs, we will have some 
new vendors," said Porch. 







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By JUUE MURPHY . same people will serve on the corn- 
Staff Reporter mittee again, but we would like- to 

*""* broaden it and have some- others 

School has just begun and join us." 

Antioch Community Consolidated Hunt said there was no possibil- 

District 34 is concerned about plan- ity of putting the referendum back 

ning for the future. Since last on a fall ballot, 

spring's, educational fund referen- District 34 sought a 58-cent 

dum was defeated, the matter will increase from $2,081 to $2.66 for the 

have to be addressed again for the last election, 



March 16 election. 

Supt. John Hunt said the district 
would reestablish a referendum 
committee and begin work about 
the beginning of October. 

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establish what increase it will be 
seeking, but it won't be less than the 
58 cents," said Hunt. "It can't be. We 
would like for it to stay at the 58 

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summer farewell 



By JULIE MURPHY 
Staff Reporter 



It's time to say goodbye to 
summer with the final FridayFest 
of the season on Aug. 29. As 
. always, the event takes place by 
the Brooks Memorial Wetland 
Sanctuary on Skidmore, off of 
Orchard to the east of Route 83. 



By JUUE MURPHY It's about as high-tech as yelling." 
Staff Reporter Part of the committee's cone „ 

with just making more noise is that 

Anyone interested can now access often drivers are talking on cell phones 

the- Safe Crossing Concept Plan or otherwise engaged in conversation 

through the village's web site or listening to the radio and noise isn't' 

www.antioch-il.org. , really so much a part of what drivers 

' Though nothing is ever certain pay attention to for safety signals. 



until its done, the Illinois Commerce 
Commission (ICC) is reportedly 
warming up to the plan that may quiet 
some of the train horns as they pass 
through Antioch. 

The Antioch public safety com- 
mittee has been working for the past 
couple of years on a crossing that is 
safe enough that it would become 
unnecessary for trains to sound their 
horns. The proposed test site is the rail- 
road amsing at Route 173. 

■Earlier this spring, Alan Knutsen, 
chair of the Antioch public safety com- 
mittee, along with village engineer Jim 
Keim met with ICC officials and asked 
permission to test the plan put forth by 
the committee and to do so in such a 
way as to make the test "valid." 
Additionally, funding for the test was 
requested. £ 
• . What started 

) the proposed 1994 
Swift Rail Development Act that would 
mandate trains to blow their. horns at 
100 decibels as they pass through 
quaint and otherwise quiet towns, like 
Antioch, has turned into an issue 
about safety. 

"The federal government has pro- 
nounced railroad crossings unsafe," 
said Knutsen previously. "Making 
noise is a very low-tech safety devise. 




It's estimated that about 590,000 
homes in this area are located within 
one-half mile of a railroad crossing. 
Antioch has seven such crossings. 

The Federal Railroad 

Administration (FRA) proposed rules 
in January 2000 that allows for the 

'Hie federal govi 
has pronounced railroad 
crossings unsafe. Making 

noise is a very low-tech 

safety device. It's about as 
high-tech as yelling. 9 

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Alan Knutsen 

committee to work toward a differen 

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parties may demonstrate proposed 
new supplementary safety systems or 
procedures to determine if they are an 
effective substitute for the locomotive 
horn in the prevention of collision's 
and casualties at public highway-rail 
grade crossings." 

Knutsen, and the committee" he 
chairs, created the "safe crossing con- 
cept," that uses a.four-point approach 
centered on equipment, environment, 
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found at all signaled road intersections 
with the addition of a gate that is 50 
percent longer than what is currently 
being used at rail crossings. The use of 
already standardized equipment 
(called MUTCD, manual uniform traf- 
fic control devices) keeps estimated 
installation and repair costs manage- 
able by eliminating specialized equip- 
ment that is more expensive and more 
difficult to maintain. 

The safe crossing concept would 

essentially treat railroad crossings as 

regular road intersections. It replaces 

the "ambiguous," old-fashioned and 

outdated equipment" currently used 

at crossings with a signal system that 

drivers are already familiar 

at every signaled intersection 
the country. 

The proposed traffic 

optional "walk lights" for areas w 

sidewalks would simplify law enfon 

ment Knutsen said the lights would 

turn red befon 

yn, making' ■■.■■■■ 

caught in the intersection had violated 
the law. The theory is that this, in turn, 
would reduce the liability of the rail- 
road companies and the municipali- 
ties utilizing the system. 

The concept is based on equip- 
ment and infrastructure already in 
daily use in every community across 
the country. The initial cost estimates 
are " about $9,000 per crossing. 
Relatively low when compared to 
some other proposed solutions such 
as the automated train horns being 
implemented in Mundelein at cost 
greater than $30,000 per railroad 
crossing. 



The Lakes Area Community 
Band will close out festivities on 
Aug. 29 taking the stage at 7:30 
p.nvand playing until 9 p.m. The 
season finale is "For the Love of 
Music." 

"Our band is continually 
growing both in numbers and 
musically," said the band's 
director Steve Porch. "We are 
very fortunate to have so many 
talented musicians play in our 
group just for the love of playing 
music, and it shows in every con- 
cert we perform." 

Selections for this concert 
include the national anthem, 
"Put on a Happy Face" with spe- 
cial vocal accompaniment, 
"Flirtations for Flute" by James 
Curnow and both" "El Capitan" 
and "Stars and Stripes Forever" 
by John Philip Sousa. 

Prior to the concert, various 
merchants will offer special pro- 



motions throughout the day. 
Most stores open by 10 a.m. 

Back on Skidmore, the events 
officially begin at 3 p.m. with the 
opening of the farmers' market 
that will carry fresh fruits and 
vegetables, baked goods, flowers, 
plants and herbs as well as jams 
and jellies. 

Billie Horton, special events 
coordinator, said, as anticipated, 
it was a very special summer of 
FridayFest events. 

New this year was the oppor- 
tunity to win one of three gift 
baskets valued at over $600. The 
last chance comes this Friday. 
. Horton said, "The prizes 
were so big and numerous that 
the basket was overflowing. We 
had to carry some of the items in 
the red wagon." 

Participating merchants 
ponied up a retail gift valued at 
$25 or more, bringing the bas- 
ket's, value over $650. There's not 
a lot of time, but entry forms are 
available at the office of the 
Chamber of Commerce and 
Industry at 882 Main St. Each 
square of the listed participating 
merchants must be stamped. 

Forms can be returned to 
either the chamber office or to 
one of the merchants. 



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phase of moratorium 



'By JULIE MURPHY 

4" Staff Reporter 







With the Route 173 corridor 
study nearly complete, the vil- 
lage board moved swiftly waiving 
the second reading and approv- 
ing the second phase ordinance 
that will establish a moratorium 
covering the Route 83 corridor. 

Work on trie second study is 




of Antioch will have six months 
to complete the study that 
includes the downtown area and 
Route 83 both north to the bor- 
der and south to Lake Villa as 
well as one-quarter mile to the 
east and west. 

I Trustee Mary Turner made 
the motion to waive the second 
reading of the ordinance that 
was, unanimously approved. "We 
owe it to the downtown business 
people to get going on this," she 
said. 

Exceptions to the moratori- 
um will be allowed for projects 
that are already on file with the 



village. Additionally, the morato- 
rium may be extended by a sepa- 
rate ordinance if necessary to 
complete the study of the area. 
, While there was some discus- 
sion that '. "infrastructure" be 
eliminated as Route 83 is a state 
highway and up to the state to 
maintain, Trustee Scott Pierce 
said he like to see the wording 
stay. 

"I'd like to see infrastructure 
stay," he said. "There are lots of 
things under that heading that 
are not roads and that could be 
used to make downtown more 
efficient." 

The planning and zoning 
board should see a draft plan for 
phase one at its Sept. 1 1 meeting. 
The village board would see the 
plan later in the month. 

Initially, the board elected to 
have one 18-month moratorium. 
Bob Silhan, director of planning, 
zoning and building, recom- 
mended the three-stage plan to 
make the action more legally 
defendable. 






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dents (so unofficial that 
it's just of those whose 
JL. calls have come unso- 
licited) favors Main Street's 
uncluttered appearance with the " 
demolition of the vacant buildings 
at the corner of Main and 
Orchard. 

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the northbound trr *'- - -' 
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old school that now houses the 
Lakes Region Historical Society 
museum as well as of the current 
Antioch Elementary School. 

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both the date and location of its 
last summer work session. 

"Friends usually meet on the 
last Saturday of the month, but 
this month that coincides with 
Labor Day weekend," said Laurie 
Stahl, director of the parks depart- 
ment. "We're changing the date to 
the first weekend in September 
and have moved/the location from 
Williams Park to Jensen Park." 

The work group will meet on 
Saturday, Sept. 6 from 9 a.m.- 
noon. Residents and park users. 



are encouraged to come with a 
willing attitude as well as a couple 
of tools to help with the clean-up 
effort. 

Stahl said, "This is the final 
work session of the summer, so 
hopefully we'll have a good turn 
out of people who want to help 
take care of and preserve 

Antioch's wonderful parks." 
Jensen Park is located on 
Alima Terrace in the Sequoit 
Terrace subdivision; Follow Route 
83 to First Street (follow jog), then 
west to Alima Terrace. 

For more information, call the 
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"Friends of the Library will be at therewith 
a bake sale, Friends of the Wetlands will be 
selling pizza and a group from Chicago 
known for its baked goods will be there to 
raise money for the food kitchens it sup- 
ports." 




Rain or shine, vendors Will be there 
and ready to sell their wares. 

"This is a nice event for our downtown, 
too," said Porch. "It brings a lot of people 
through. Even the exhibitors take some 
time to enjoy what our downtown offers." 





cents, but we'll have to see." 

For the last election, the committee never 
looked at the possibility of making cuts to 
keep the budget in check in the event the ref- 
erendum failed. Hunt said, "We'll have to do 
that this time." 

During the last election, all three Antioch 
elementary districts had educational fund 
referenda on the ballot and authorities from 
all three districts blamed the state's lack of 
support for part of their woes. "Illinois is 49 
out of 50 states for the resources it offers in 
education," said Eric Skoog, principal of 



Antioch Upper Grade School, part of Antioch 
Community Consolidated District 34. 
"Illinois is number 49 and North Dakota is 

number 50. 

"Our problems are not because we're 
overpaying teachers," Skoog added. "Starting 
salaries at our school are 26 out of 29 in Lake 
County. It's difficult to attract the best teach- 
ers when 25 districts can pay them more 
money than we can." 

Emmons School District 33 won its bid 
for the increase while Grass Lake School 
District 36 joined District 34 in losing its bid. 



Architect's rendering of future Am Echod 
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temple in Falling Waters business park 

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school calendar 

Antioch Community Consolidated District 
34 has posted the calendar for the 2003-04 school 
year on its web site: www.dist34.lake.kl2.il.us. 

Additional information, such as the Antioch 
Advantage Action Plan for problem solving with- 
in die district and die curricular review cycle, can 
also be accessed on the site. 

No school on Labor Day 



Though school began for students 
during the week of Aug. 25, none of the 
Antioch area school districts have school 
on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 1. 

High school schedules 

back-to-school dance 



Antioch Community High School will 



have a back-to-school dance on Friday, Sept. 
12, at 7 p.m. The dance will be in the south 
gymnasium. 

District 117 announces 
2003-04 meeting dates 

Antioch Community High School 
District 117 board of education has 
announced its meeting, dates and loca- 
tions for the 2003-04 school year. 

The board will meet at 6:30 p.m. on 
Sept. 4 and Sept. 18, at the ACHS library 
and district office,' respectively. It will 
meet at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 2, in 
the ACHS library; at 7:30 p.m. oh 
Wednesday, Oct. 15, in the district office; 
at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 6 in the ACHS library; 
at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 19 in the district office 
and at 6:30 p.m. on Dec. 1*1, again at the 
ACHS library. 



By BRENDA BAUN-BEITSCHER 




gregation to the village, and seized on the 



History was the invisible honoree, as 
Lake County's oldest Jewish congregation 
broke ground on Aug. 24 for the third time in 

107 years. 

The first divot was turned by an.antique 
silver and wood shovel, on loan from congre- 
gant Tina Tessler. It was wielded by the con- 
gregation's oldest member, past president 
Joseph Temaner. He was joined by his great- 
grandson, Patrick. The ground breaking took 
place within a roped-in area labeled "new 
sanctuary, on the congregations 4-acre lot on 
Falling Waters Boulevard. . 

Joe Temaner's remarks began with his 
personal traditional opening: "There are 
good days,' and there are bad days..." He went 
on to read his remarks in the form of original 
rhyming verse. 

Great-grandson Patrick began the same 
way. The theme - continued when 
Lindenhurst Mayor Jim Be'tustak stepped'uR 
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days," he began, as he went on to compare 
the village's history, which is less than half as 

long as Am 
tion; 

"You add diversity to a welcoming com- 
munity," he said. 

Other speakers at the celebration includ- 
ed Rabbi Dena Feingold, of Beth HilleJ 
Temple in Kenosha, Wis.; Mimi Dunitz, assis- 
tant director of UAHC; Nathan Singer, con- 
gregation president and Am Echod's Rabbi 
Ze-ev Harari; 

Congregation Am Echod started in 1896, 
in a storefront on Lake Street in Waukegan. It 
was founded by a small group of immigrants, 
who called their new congregation Am 
Echod, which .means "one people." \ 

Just 13 families made up the first congre- 
gation. Samuel Schwartz, Waukegan's mayor 
from 1900-lO^was Am Echod's first president. 
The first officers included treasurer' Meyer 
Kubeisky. Kubelsky, who served as president' 
of the congregation in 1898, had a son named 
Benjamin, later famous as comedian Jack 

Benny. 

iProminent names to be found on the 

__ -«_=__ ?rship rosters 
include the" Diamond, Porett, Pickus and 
Rose families, among others that have made 
significant contributions to Lake County over 

the years. 

The new synagogue, to be built by Pickus, 
will be erected on a 4-acre lot in the Lindenhurst 
Business Park at Falling Waters Boulevard, off 
Route 45 south of Sand Lake Road. 

The design pays homage to the congre- 
gation's first temple, built in 1928, on 
Sheridan Road. The temple had a Moorish 
influence in its design, referenced in the new 
design by arches that run across the facade of 
the new building. 

A large modern synagogue built in 1968 
on Sunset Avenue was sold to a Baptist 
church in 2001, because of a dwindling mem- 
bership in Waukegan. 

At about the same time, the congregation 
changed its affiliation from conservative to 
Reform, reflecting its changing constituency 
of younger suburban families. 

That shift in membership was first 
acknowledged in 1992, when the congrega- 
tion opened a satellite location in 
Lindenhurst, called Am Echod West. It began 
with the rental of classrooms at B.J. Hooper 
School, where Hebrew school, classes were 

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held twice a week; 

Am Echod West took- up resi- 
dence at 2402 Harbor Ridge Way, in a build- 
ing at the rear of the Waterford Commons 
strip mall, where it will continue to meet 
until the new synagogue is opened next year. 
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Goldstein. 

High Holy Days, which include Rosh 

Hashanah (New Year) and Yom Kippur (Day 
of Atonement) occur this year on Sept. 27 

and Oct. 6, respectively. 

In order to accommodate the additional 
attendance the holy days bring, services will 
be held this year at the College of Lake 
County Performing Arts.auditbrium. 

The planned sanctuary, will include , a 

movable wall, allowing a general purpose 

room to be expanded into the sanctuary area 

for additional seating. The building will also 

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Warrant arrest 

James R Sanato, 25, of 107 Meadow Court, 
Antioch, was arrested on warrant on Aug. 22 at 
858 p.m. at his home address. 

The Antioch Police Department received a 
request from the Illinois Department of 

Corrections (IDOQ to attempt to locate the fugi- 
tive at his residence. He was wanted on warrant 
for a parole violation. 

Sanato was reportedly taken into custody 
without incident He was transported to the 
Lake County Jail from trie Antioch Police 
Department to await further pick up arrange- 
ments from IDOG 



Suspended driver's license 

Hie Jo Deem, 46, of 22031 W. Green Lane, 



An officer was dispatched to the area for a 
possible DUI and while thatproved to be 
unfounded, Deem was approached for failing to 
signal a turn onto Green Lane and for having a 
defective taillight 

A check through LEADS/NCIC came back 
with information that her driver's license was 
suspended and she was arrested and issued cita- 
tions for driving while suspended and havine a 
defective taillight^ 

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Antioch, was arrested for driving while suspend- 
ed on Aug. 12 at 1:54 am. at the intersection of 
Lake and Main streets. 

He was stopped for driving without his 
headlights. Hauenstein told police his driver's 
license was suspended and that was confirmed 
through LEADS. 

He was arrested and issued citations for dri- 
ving while suspended and driving without head- 



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He was stopped for having a severely 
cracked windshield. A check through LEADS 
came back with information that his driver's 
license was suspended. 

Rivas was arrested and issued citations 
for a defective windshield and driving while 
suspended. He was released on personal 
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Possession of cannabis 

Three people were arrested by Lake Villa 
Police on Aug. 13, at 1 138 p.m., while driving 
northbound on Deep Lake Road near Route 132. 
Police observed a vehicle, driven by Victoria E 
Pamow, 17, of 1707 Indian Ridge, Johnsburg, as 
it headed eastbound on Grand Avenue, as police 
pulled out from the Shell station. Noticing a pas- 



senger in the rear of the car reacting to police 
presence, " ' w * "* 

was damaged 
light to be visible. The vehicle was stopped on 
Deep Lake Road. The driver produced a traffic 
citation in lieu of a license. 

The rear passenger, later identified as 
Shawn C. Kennedy, 17, of 1004 Hayden Drive, 
Johnsburg, acted nervous, according to police 
reports. He told police his name was 
"Christopher Arnold." Police found no record c 
such a person. Police discovered Kennedy was 
wanted on a no bond warrant out of McHenry 
County. 

When asked if there was 
car, Pamow produced a "pot pipe," and directed 
police to another in the glove compartment. 
Police also found a mail scale in the center con- 
sole, as well as a plastic bag and tray containing 
some residue of cannabis. 

Pamow and another passenger, Troy R. 

Starkey, 19, of 5214 N. Leeside, McHenry, were 

charged with possession of cannabis, and 

released pending an appearance in Grayslake 

Branch III court, on Sept 10, at 3 p.m. 

Kennedy was charged with interfering with 
a public officer. He was turned over to the 

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A motorcycle run beginning at KC's Cabin 
located at the intersection of Wilmot Road 
and Route 173 will benefit the Community 

Helping Hands program. 

The program, based in Antioch, assists 

those in the surrounding area who are 
financially in need. In addition to general 
assistance, the group of volunteers oper-. 
ates and maintains the Mother Teresa 
Home in Antioch for women and children 
who have suffered^ domestic abuse 'or 

homelessness. 

For more information, call 847-395-0309. 

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Village announces temporary 
road closings 

The Orchard Street extension arid 
Skidmore Street will be temporarily closed the 
last. time this summer for the fall arts and 
crafts fair to be held Sept. 5-7. 

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VFW offers fish fry 

Antioch VFW Post 4551 has started having 

. a fish fry on Friday nights from 4-8 p.m. 

In addition to cod, perch and shrimp the 
menu offers burgers and chicken strips. 
Dinners are served with french fries or a baked 
potato, in a limited quantity, coleslaw, bread 

and butter. 

Cost varies from about $3-8, depending 

on the fish or meat. 

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in 1985 requiring all domestic animals, 
including cats, to be confined to a leash, chain 

or fenced area. 

Additionally^ anyone who walks a pet on 
either public property or the private property 
of another must carry a bag or other recepta- 
cle to remove and dispose.of animal waste. 

VFW sponsors Bingo 

The Antioch VFW spc 

Tuesday night at the VFW 

from 4:30-6:30 p.m. 

The public is welcome. Pull tabs are avail- 
able, and there is a new lightening game. For 
more information call 847-395-5393. 

Kiwanis meets 

Antioch Kiwanis meet on the first and 
third Tuesday of each month at the Double 
Eagle Restaurant on Route 59 and Lake Street 
at noon for a one-hour meeting. 

Kiwanis is an international service organi- 
zation that strives to meet the needs of its 
communities and address world issues by 
"serving the children of the world." 

For more information, call 847-838-6500 
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Name: Katie Koske . 

Home: Fox Lake 

Occupation: Recreation 
supervisor, Lindenhurst 
Park District 

I'm originally from: 

Fox Lake 

I graduated from: 

Grant High School, Illinois 
State University 

My family consists 

of: Mother, Nancy, father, Bob and sisters 
Krista and Kelly 

My pets are: A Shin Tzu named Toby 

What I like best about Lindenhurst: 

Hie small town community feeling 

What I like best about my job: 

Giving back to the area where I grew up 

The secret to my success is: 

Networking 




Favorite movie: "Terms 

of Endearment" 

Favorite band or 
musician: BobMarley 

Favorite restaurant: 

Story River in Lake Zurich 



Favorite food: Steak 

My life's motto 

"Take time for fun." 



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I relax by: Reading 

Last book I read: "Nichole," the sec- 

. ond book in the "Left Behind" series by Jerry 
Jenkins and Tim LaHaye" 

Favorite TV show: "Friends" 



If I won the lottery, I 

would: Take care of my family and buy 
myself a house • 

My greatest accomplishment is: 

Graduating from college 

I want to be remembered as: Fun 

and caring 

My pet peeve is: Being interrupted 
Most interesting person I ever 

. met was: My mother, who is the mayor 
• of Fox Lake 

My dream job would be: I have it 

now. This is why I went to school. 

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Lakes Area Community Band, a 40-mem- 

ber band comprised of musicians from Lake, 

McHenry and Kenosha counties, is currently 

seeking musicians high schoolage arid older 

in all 1 sections. Practices take place on 

Monday evenings from 7-9 p.m. in the 

Antioch: Community High School band 

room. 

New members are welcome. No audi- 



CPR classes offered 

The Antioch Rescue Squad and the 
Antioch Fire Dept. offer CPR classes to the 
public at the Antioch Fire Dept. located at 835 

HolbekDr. 

For more information or to make reserva- 
tions, call the Antioch Fire Dept. at 847-395-551 1.. 

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TOPS (take pounds off sensibly) meets 
every Wednesday at the Antioch Senior 
Center. Weigh-in begins at 6:30 p.m. and the 
meeting begins at 7 p.m. For more informa- 
tion call 847-395-6443 or 847-395-8143. 



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Lakeland Newspapers at 847-223-8161. 



Calendar 



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Call 847-223-8161 or e-mail cqlendar@lakelandmedia.com 

A 14-day notice is requested for all items. 







Friday, August 29 

3-7 p.m., Farmer's Market held at 900 Skidmore 
Dr. in Antioch. Produce, specialty items and 
crafts. Held every Fri. thru. Aug. 29. North on 
Rte. 83, right on Orchard St., right on Skidmore. 
For more information, call 847-395-6342 



afterschool drama program for elementary kids in 
grades 3 thru 8th. For Oakland students, register 
at Oakland on Wed., Antioch Elementary, WC 
Petty or Anfioch Upper Grade students register at 
Antioch Upper Grade on Thurs. For details, call 

847-623-1154 



tions are required. For more information, call The Antioch Senior Center is located at 

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Debbie Davis at 847-395-0272. 






817 Holbek -Dr. behind the fire station. 



7-9 p.m., Support group for divorced or separat- 
ed people. Child care provided at no cost. Held 
atCaivaiy Christian. Center, 134'Monaville Rd. In 
Lake Villa. For details, call 847-356-6181 



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7-8:30 p.m.. A Safe Place/Lake County Crisis 
offers free support groups in Lake County for 
women who are victims' of physical, emotional or 
psychological abuse. Meetings in Round Lake, 
call 847-249-4450 



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Marijuana Anonymous meets every Tues. and Fri. 
at CLC in Grayslake. Room location can be 
obtained from the information desk. For more 
info., call Joe at 262-862-6244 



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6:30 p.m., TOPS Weight Loss weigh-in, 7 p.m. 
meeting at Antioch Senior Center, 817 Holbeck, 
info, at 847-395-6443 or 847-395-8143 



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"Chrism" in concert at Lighthouse Church of 
Antioch, 554 Parkway in Antioch (one block west 
of Hwy. 83 on North Ave.). Doors open at 8 
p.m., free admission and free coffee. For more 
information, call 847-838-0616 or check the 
website at www.ltehthousechurch.info . 



7 p.m., Northern Lake County Quilter's Guild 
meets at Millburn Church, corner of Rte. 45 and 
Grass Lake Rd. in Millburn. Call Madelyn at 847- 
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8 a.m.-ll p.m., ArtWauk Waukegan events held 
throughout the day.; in downtown Waukegan. 
Garage sales held in the parking garage on 
Sheridan Rd. from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., ArtWauk itself 
held from 6-9 p.m. on the north end of Genesee 
St. Free dance with live band, "The Caribbean 
Castaways," held from 8-11 p.m. at the Harbor' 



Thursday, September 4 

7:15 a.m., Business Network International (BNI) 
meets at the Hillside Restaurant in Grayslake. 
BNI is a coalition of businesses with one person 
from each occupation. Members give each other 
referrals. Call Craig Henderson at 847-840-6464 



3-7 p.m., Lindenhurst Farmer's Market held at 
Linden Plaza, next to the old Eagle store. The 
market will continue every Thursday, through Oct. 
9. Produce, baked goods, spices, herbs, fudge 
and more available. For info., call 847-812-3076 



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the Lake County Animal Protection Assoc, a non- 
profit spay and neutering group. Held at 23474 
W. Uberty.Ave. in Lake Villa. Proceeds benefit the 
animals. Free admission, cash only sales, all are 
welcome. For info., call 847-740-3977 



7 p.m., American Sewing Guild group "Running in 
Stitches meets. For location info., call Janet at 
847-265-7932 or Chris at 847-548-8223 



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hosts a dance and exercise class downstairs at 
the Antioch Senior Center, 817 Holbeck Dr 
(behind the fire station). For more info., call 
Karen at 847-395-6244 



7:30 a.m., Lake County Chamber of Commerce 
networkers group meets at the Hampton Inn in , 
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Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-4 p.m., 21st 
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the McHenry County Fairgrounds, comer of 
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admission. For info., call 815-338-1707 

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held at trie Lake County Fairgrounds, Rtes. 120' 
and 45 in Grayslake. Bring the whole family. 
Tickets cost $7. For more information, call 630 
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Chain of Lakes Bible 




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By JULIE MURPHY 
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. On Sunday, Aug. 31, the Chain of Lakes 
Community Bible Church will celebrate the 
installation of its new senior pastor, Kerry 
Bauman. 

Bauman has served for the past five years 
as the church's youth pastor. Prior to that, he 
spent nine years with the Campus CrusadeYor 
Christ. He took over the duties of senior pastor 
about three weeks ago and this celebration 
will formalize the change. 

"I'm very excited about the change," said 

Bauman. M I used to administer to junior and 

^ senior high as well as college age members. 

Now I'm responsible to all the ministries of 
the church." 

Don Sweeting of the Cherry' Creek 
Presbyterian Church in Littleton, Colo, will be 



the special guest speaker at the special ser- 
vices at both 8:15 and 11 a.m. 

Bauman said, "This will be very special 
because Dr. Sweeting was senior pastor of 
the church for 11 years (1986-1997). He's 
always been supportive of our church and 
it's wonderful that he's coming to do 
this." * 

From 6-8 p.m. on the same day, the 
church will host a catered "meet the pastor" 
dinner for church members. 

"I think most people know me here," said 
Bauman. "Before I became youth pastor I 
attended the church for many years, but it's 
nice to have an opportunity to meet with 
everyone." 

The Chain of Lakes Community Bible 
Church is located at 23201 W. Grass Lake 
Road, east of Route 83. For more information, 

call 847-838-0103. 



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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 







One good turn deserves 
another 

On Saturday we had a slight brush 
with fate, and I just have to share our 
story. 

My husband was going to the store, 
but he returned pretty quickly and was 
tearing through the house looking for his 
wallet. He couldn't find it anywhere in the 
house or in the truck. So we decided he 
must have forgotten it on the hood of the 
car while putting our son in his car seat 
and that the wallet must have fallen some- 
where along the road. 

. . We began taking turns driving and 
walking the route he had taken in an 
attempt to find the wallet. After about an 
hour of unsuccessful searching, we came 
home to begin the chore of calling our 
bank and credit card companies to cancel 
accounts when I noticed we had received 
a phone call. Amazingly enough, some- 



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one had called and left a message that 
they had found his wallet and would bring 
it to our home shortly. 

Coincidental^, the person that found 
the wallet is Dana Rigney from ReMax 
Advantage Realty, whom I had contacted 
last spring to inquire as to what our house 
may be worth. Well, when he saw the wal- 
let lying in the middle of the street, this 
Good Samaritan actually took a moment 
to stop his car and retrieve it, only to dis- 
cover that he recognized our name. 

When he came by to return the wallet, 

we informed him that our situation has 

changed and we are building a new home. 

When the time comes to list our current 

home on the market, we will be contacting 
him to do so. 

Thank you to Dana Rigney for being a 
Good Samaritan. 

Karen Okolita 
Antioch 



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make it easier to use than ever. A drive up book 
drop, higher DVD limits, and wireless Internet 
access seamlessly help to make library use 
more convenient. 

The book drop is located in die back of the 
building at what is now the staff entrance. The 
new wireless network allows those with laptops 
and wireless network cards to access the Internet 

Popular demand has caused a policy 
change that now allows cardholders to check 



out two DVDs from the adult collection and 
two DVDs from the children's collection, for a 
total of four DVDs per card. Video limits 
remain the same with the allowable limit set at 
four each from the adult and children's collec- 
tions per card. 

' Don't miss the fiction, audio books and 
young adult books that have been moved 
downstairs. Nonfiction and biographies are 
now on the main floor. No other collections 
have been moved. 




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fter spending the first 15 years of 
my life in Chicago, I never 
k thought I would like life in Lake 
County. 

I loved living just two miles from Wrigley. 
Id, I loved the people and I loved the hus- 

g citv. I loved Chicago. 

I still love Chicago. 

At first I didn't like the clear skies and the 
laid back suburban life here in Lake County. 
The fresh air was like poison to my lungs. 

But after six years in Lake County, I 
learned to like life here. 

I like the clear skies, the laid back subur- 
ban life and the fresh air. 

I especially like the people. 

During my first three years at Lakeland 
Media I met some great people. The local 
coaches, players and athletic directors were 
all good to me! I especially need to thank the 
athletic secretaries, who made, and still make 
my job a whole lot easier. 

But my happy life soon took a turn for 
the worse. 

I know that sounds like a line straight 
from an E! True Hollywood Story but it's the 
best lean do. 

While finishing school, I spent the last 
year in St. Louis, or the 7th ring of Hell as I 
like to call it, being inundated by Cardinals 
and Bams fans. 

Since sports, especially Chicago sports, 
is a central part of my life, you can only 
imagine how hard this last year has been for 



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But now all I can say is it's good to be 
home. 

I found myself on 1-294 two weeks ago, 
Jdsf getting back from St. Louis, arid I'saw a 
giant billboard with Brian Urlacheron it and 
big smile came across my face.' 

That's how happy I am to be back and in 
•my new position as sports editor at Lakeland 
Media. 

" people 
for my current situation. 

The first person is Jill Baker, my former 
English teacher and Scratch Paper adviser at 
Warren Township High School/Without her, 
I wouldn't be in journalism today. 

At Lakeland, I need to first thank John 
Phelps, my mentor and former boss, who 
taught me almost everything 1 know. 

And last, but not least, I'd like to thank 
the managing editor Marc Jenkins for taking 
a chance on a 22-year-old Icid. 

With that behind us, let's get down to 
business. 

I picked a perfect time to come back. The 
fall is my favorite time of year, for a number 
of reasons. 

The high school sports season is now 
upon us and there are several teams to keep 
an eye on this fall, especially Carmel's varsity 
football team, which is looking to compete 
for a state title. 

Also, in case you haven't noticed, there is 
still meaningful baseball to be played. Both 
the Cubs and the White Sox are still in con- 
tention going into September, which hap- 
pens about once a decade. 

Now, my heart bleeds Cubbie blue but it 
would still be nice if both teams made it to 
the World Series, as long as the Cubs prevail. 

Taking a back seat for the first time since 
Michael Jordan retired, the Bears are about 
to begin play, looking to improve on last 
year's abysmal 4-12 Champaign campaign. 

Let's not forget the Bulls and 
Blackhawks, who start up their pre-seasons 
in about a month. 

There are also a number of local college 
football teams to follow. 

Indeed; the Chicagoland sports fan has a 
full plate this fall: 

As far as Lakeland goes, 1 would like to 
give coverage to as many teams, in college, 
high schools and youth leagues, as I can. So if 
you would like to get coverage for, your team, 
contact me;anytime at 847-223-8 16 1.x. 132 or 
at sports@lakelandmedia.com. I look forward 

to hearing from you. ~ 



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Antioch's varsity football team practices in preparation for its season opener at home on Aug. 30 against Niles West. 
Photo by Steve Young 



By JOHN PHELPS 
Lakeland Correspondent 



A two-headed monster will be on the loose and it will be pushing 
towards Antioch on Aug. 30 at approximately 1 p.m. 

That's when the Sequoit football team will put on die pads for real as 
they will host the Niles West Indians and the talented backfield of brothers 
Rashard and Walter Mendenhall in a season-opening, non-conference tilt. 

Antioch, which finished 1-8 overall last year, is looking to get off on 
the right foot and back in the direction of the playoffs, which they have 
missed the last three years. 

And head coach Del Pechauer knows exactly what lies ahead. Hopefully 
its not a repeat of last year's opener, when the Indians and the Mendenhall 
combined for over 300 yards rushing in jf42£17 Ihdiaris victory. ' 

"We definitely have to contain those two guys if we want to have any 
chance of winning, ".said Pechauer, entering his 15th season at the helm 
of the Sequoits. "They are so good at accelerating after they get dirough 
the line and into your secondary." 

Seniors Ryan Naes and Rob Perrone will help try and plug up the 
middle on that defensive line, while Paul Petraitis will anchor the sec- 
ondary. If the MeriendaJl brothers are forced to the outside, which 
Antioch will try and achieve desperately, ends Chris Kiddoo and 
Richard Brown will be there to greet.them. ■ • 



"They (Niles West) are a Wing-T team. They can trap, counter or 
pull," said Pechauer. 

As for the Sequoits offense, the battle for the starting quarterback nod is 
still up in die air. Nate Hughes and Randy Frolich are your top candidates for 
the position. But according to Pechauer, when one is calling the signals, die 
other will still figure prominently in die offensive scheme of things. 

"When Nate is at quarterback, Randy will see some time at wide 
receiver. He will also play defense for us," the coach said. "When Randy 
is calling the plays, we'll probably have Nate lined up at halfback. We'll ^ 
run a lot of different formations on them, from the Wing-T to die"" 
power-I to the simple I-formation." 

The feature back that will likely carry a bulk of the load on the 
ground this season is senior Tom Ppmpella. Last year, Rompella suf- 
fered an ankle injury and was limited to only five games of actions. Still, 
he rumbled for nearly 650 yards. 

"He really came on strong the second half for us," said Pechauer. 
"His upper leg was a little sore last week but he's back practicing now 
and should be in good shape for Saturday." 

The biggest factor for die Sequoits, though, could be a simple thing 
called attitude. 

"The guys are excited to get the season going," said Pechauer.. 
"They're ready to hit somebody else now." 
How about Niles West for starters. 




CLC volleyball hoping to serve up a winning season 




College of Lake County women's volleyball player Sarah Campbell digs the ball in 
a practice with her team.— Photo by Sandy Bressner 



exacdy the sort thatTaterka and the rest of the 
coaching staff wants. 

"The coaching staff did a nice job of 
recruiting from clubs and from local high 
schools," Taterka said. "We took the time to 
get to know the kids and we got the type of 
players we wanted." 
\ Taterka has already noticed the change in 

attitude from last season. 

"We have volleyball players who want to 
make the commitment to compete and 
improve," Taterka said. "They're all gym rats. 
It's wonderful to walk into the gym and see 
smiles on all the players' faces. They all love 
the game of volleyball." 

CLC's play in its first meet of the season 
has given Taterka even more faith in his team. 

In a tri-nieet with Kankakee and 
Springfield College of 111., CLC went 1-1 and 
. hung tough in its loss. 

Against Kankakee, the No. 1 seed in the 
district in 2002, the Lady Lancers lost 31-29, 
31-29 and 30-28. 

"The fact that we could compete so hard 
against Kankakee gives me an indication that 



By ROB BACKUS 
Sports Editor 



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Usually women's volleyball flies under die 
radar of fall sports at die College of Lake County; 

But that's not the case this season. 

Despite finishing. with a 7r27 record last 
year, hopes are high at CLC that the. Lady 
Lancers can amass a winning record and pos- 
sibly make some noise iri the post-season. 

"Players are already taking their games to 
a higher level," Coach Bob Taterka said. 
"They'll improve every week, so hopefully by 
the end of the season we'll have a nice oppor- 




tunity to compete for the (Skyway) conference 
title." 

CLC hasn't won the Skyway Conference 
since 1986, something Taterka reminds his 
team of every day. 

"Coach Taterka reminds us that we 
haven't Won conference since 1986 every day ; 
in practice," said Erin Whitehead, a transfer 
from Div r II Lynn University in Boca Raton, 
Fla. "We just want to have fun and play some 
good volleyball.". 

Taterka in confident in his team despite 
the fact that its roster is full of new players. 
However, the players that have come in are 



we'll be a stronger team diis year," Taterka said. 

CLC then bounced back to beat 
Springfield College of 111. 30-25, 30-23, 23-30 
and 30-24. 

"We went out there looking at it like it was 
the beginning of a marathon," Taterka said. "It 
was a nice start and we set a nice pace for the 
rest of the season." 

In the two matches, Whitehead (30 kills, 10 

aces, 16 digs) and Jodi Mergenthaler (56 
assists) led the Lady Lancers. 

CLC also got strong play from Jenny Hein, 
Sarah Campbell and Lindsay Gruber. 

The Lady Lancers will take a two -day trip 
to Estherville, Iowa to play some of the local 
junior colleges before traveling to Harper 
College on Sept. 2. 



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Staff Reporter 




More than 500 representatives from all 
North Suburban Conference schools readied 
for the.new school year with the fourth annu- 
al NSC Leadership Conference. 

Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire 
hosted ail the schools, from Zion-Benton to 
Vernon I fills JBL 

"It went great. Between the participants, 
the facilitators and the athletic directors we 
had 550 people. Mike Brandwein was the 
guest speaker. His message was one of 'What 
t Do. I. See When I Look in the Mirror'," said 
John Martin, athfetic director at Stevenson 
High School. ''':'•. 

"It's about goals and priorities. Leaders 
are not just about what they do, but are about 
hearing what your needs are," Martin said of 
Brandwein's message. 

Martin said that for the fourth year for the 




conference there was a new group of student 
participants, unless they were student leaders. 

"We sent 30 kids there. It's a great experi- 
ence for them to hear from Brandwein," said 
Wauconda High Athletic Director Jim Van 
Fleet. 

Lake Division schools include: Stevenson, 
ntioch, Warren, Libertyville, Mundelein and 
Lake Forest. Prairie Division members are 
Wauconda, Grant, Zion-Benton, Vernon Hills, 
Round Lake and North Chicago. 

Grant Athletic Director Frank Cittadino 
said that the conference was trimmedfrom 
two to one day to better accommodate sched- 
ules. About 30 Grant students, nominated by 
coaches, attended. They are part of the stu- 
dent leadership team, which discusses sports- 
manship throughout the year. 
Note: The NSC is sponsoring an information 
night on NCAA eligiblity and recruiting, a col- 
lege athletic evening, at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 8, at 
Vernon Hills High School. 




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ing a fundraiser game between the Grayslake/Antioch Hockey High School Hockey 
Club and the firefighters.— Photo by J. W. Sternickle 



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YOUTH SPORTS DIGEST 




Chuck Gandolfi at 847-875-2015 or Assistant 
Carmel Coach Billy Taylor at 847-327-6329 for 
further information or to sign up. 



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Coaching Clinic 

CLC head basketball coach Shawn Chism 
also announces he will hold the Lake County 
Lancers Basketball Coaching Clinic on 

Thurs., Sept. 4 beginning at 6:30 p.m. 
Registration will start at 5:30. Advanced regis- 
tration is $40, while on-site registration is $50 
(cash only). Guest speakers for the event will 
include: Lake County legend and current 
Northern Illinois head men's basketball coach 
Rob Judson; Loyola University Head Coach 
Larry Fanner, C.B.A. Rockford Lightning Head 
^Coach Chris Daleo; and long-time University 
^of St. Francis Head Coach Pat Sullivan. 

All high school, junior high, grade school 
and youth league coaches as well as basketball 
fans in general are welcome and encouraged 



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to attend. A meal and snacks are included in 
the registration fee. For further information 
please call Coach Chism at 847-543-2794. 

Lake County baseball 
tournament - 

The First Annual Lake County 
Championship Baseball Tournament will be 
held Labor Day weekend at Carmel High 
School in Mundelein. All teams are welcome 
for the event, whether they be house, travel or 
all-star. 

The tournament will feature tournaments 
for both 1 1 and 12-year-olds, who will play by 
'real' baseball rules. There will also be tourna- 
ments for both nine and 10-year-olds, who 
will play by little league rules. . 



Tryouts 
Wauconda ICE 

The Wauconda ICE Fastpltch softball 
team has grown considerably in its first four 
years of existence. Girls ages 9-18 hail from 
Lake, McHenry and Cook Counties and even 
as far away as Southern Wisconsin. 

The organization is looking to get even 
bigger, with the hopeful additions of teams in 
the 9U, 11U and 15U age divisions. 

The organization already has teams com- 
peting % in the 10U, 12U, 14U, 16U and 18U 
divisions. 

Tryouts will also be held on Sat, Sept. 6 
and Sat., Sept. 13. There is no cost for the try- 
outs. 

Times frames vary, based on the age divi- 



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Please call Carmel Head Baseball Coach Eklund at 847,-650-7910 or visit the web site at 



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All tryouts will be held at Cooks park, 600 
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Lakeland girls travel 
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The Lakeland Girls Fastpitch travel soft- 
ball will hold tryouts for their 2003-04 team on 
Sunday, Sept. 7 at Palombi School in Lake 
Villa. Lakeland will have a 12-and-under and a 
14-and-under team. There may be a possibili- 
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The Roberts, Andy, 43, Matt, 42, Courtney, 41, Mil 
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English Channel to raise awareness and money for the - 

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in high school, college and for fun. 

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swim the channel/' Matt, a Lake Villa resident, said. 

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to England training for their swim. The men first had to get 
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Mike was worried. If Matt didn't 
complete the second leg of the swim, it 
would be jeopardized. 

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he was completing the swim for his sis- 
ter. 

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mance," Mike said. "When I relieved 
Matt for my second swim I noticed that 
he looked fatigued as I had ever seen 

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and we did not sense any give-up in 
Matt" 

During Matt's swim, a cruise ship 
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waves and making him seasick. 

"Cruise ships arc allowed to come 

within l GO yards from you," Matt said. 

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cool thing is, being next to the ship, it 

I makes you feel like you are in front of 

the Scars Tower." 

Jimmy was the last brother left to 
take them to shore. Luckily the tides 
helped him in the last leg since he 
bodysurfed for the final 300 meters. 

"All we could see from the boat was 
his green nightstick hanging off the 
back of Ids Speedo," Mike said. "When 
the nightstick raised up and began 
moving faster, we knew he was upright 
and running on the sandy beach of 

France." 

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met the boat captain at the marina. 

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with all their towels, blankets, water, food and cameras. 

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Cucumber soup exploits garden's bounty 




rom the Cook's Garden" by Ellen 
Ecker Ogden (William Morrow, 2003) 
is an outgrowth of the Cook's Garden 
Catalogue, a Vermont-based organic 
seed supplier that Ogden co-founded. 

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in mis book for putting the fresh veggies and 
herbs to use. Examples include vegetable and 
cheddar quiche, herbed zucchini pancakes, 
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1 Tbl. chopped fresh parsley 
1 Tbl. olive oil 
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next not. When the brothers began, the tides 
were pushing straight south. France, howev- 
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tides went north to northeast. 

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happy for Patty andglad that God gave us 
the talents to honor her in such an extraordi- 
nary way," Mike said. "The creators of die 
English language have not some up with the 
words to properly describe her excitement, 
enthusiasm and unabashed joy." 

The Roberts goal was to create awareness 
for Prader-Willi so in the near future physicians 
can diagnose die syndrome earlier and find a 
cure. They raised $50,000 in Patty's name. 

"If Patty had not been in our life and 
brought sensitivity. and compassion we 
would have all been selfish," Matt said. 

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various people on how Prader-Willi affected 
their family member. The brothers have trav- 
eled for hours to meet with family members 
and lend a shoulder to cry on. 

"We are a strong family impacted by the 
same things," Matt said. "Patty is a galvaniz- 
ing point to our family." 

Prader-Willi Syndrome is a genetic disor- 
der that typically 
[causes low muscle 
tone, cognitive dis- 
abilities, short 
stature, problem 
behaviors, incom- 
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opment and a 
chronic feeling of 
hunger that leads to 
obesity. 

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people have Prader- 
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neously disappear. Early detection is now 
available through specialized genetic testing. 

Obesity is the main effect of the syn- 
drome. The hypothalamus, a part of the 
brain that registers feelings of hunger and 
satiety, develops a flaw. A person who suffers 
from Prader-Willi Syndrome never feels full 
and loses control of their eating due to the 
continuous urge to eat. 

While there is no medical prevention or 
cure, early detection allows parents to edu- 
cate themselves on die syndrome and to 
establish routines for the family. 

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Friday Evening, 

September 5, at Raymond 
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There will be a raffle, and 
a silent auction at 6:30 
p.m. and the concert will 
begin at 7:30 p.m. Seating 
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order tickets in advance and 
guarantee seating, call LEAD 
at 847-295-9075. Tickets are 
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District Library. The Mad Hatters, a group that 
encourages children to read, will perform at Lake 
Villa District Library at 12 p.m. on Saturday, 
October 25. The group will sing and act out a num- 
ber of stories to spark children's interest in reading 
and in libraries. Each performance is 30 minutes 
long and is free of charge. 

The Mad Hatters, sponsored by the Junior 
League of Chicago, encourages children to read by 
stimulating their imaginations. Mad Hatters chal- 
lenges them to listen, think, remember and 
respond to familiar stories, poems, and songs per- 
formed by the troupe. Register for this program at 
the Youth Services Desk. 




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47th opening 

The Lake Forest Symphony will open 
its 47th season on September 12 and 13 
with guest artist Andreas Klein per- 
forming Schumann's "Concerto 
for Piano and Orchestra in a 
minor, Op. 54." The program 
will include Schumann's 
"Manfred Overture" and 
the "Symphony No. 3 in F 
Major, Op. 90" by 

Brahms. Both performances _^_ 

will begin at 8 p.m. at the Drake Theater, Barat 
Campus of DePaul University, in Lake Forest 

Popular speaker, composer, and musician Jim 
Kendros will again present the pre-concert lecture 
at 7:15. There will be a reception immediately fol- 
lowing the concert at The Northern Trust Bank, 
. Lake Forest, traditional sponsor of the opening con- 
cert. Tickets are available for $20, $30 and $40 at the 
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A free concert of Sacred Treasures by Master 
Composers, will be performed by soprano, Ruth 
Peck on Sunday, Sept. 14, 4 p.m. at St Paul the 
Apostle Church, 6401 Gages Lake Road in Gurnee. 
(Corner of Hunt Club Rd & Gages Lake Rd). Ruth 



will be singing beautiful, sacred works by Bach, . 
Mendelssohn, Schubert, Faure, Franck, Handel 
and other master composers. Ruth will be accom- 
panied by organ prodigy, Nathan Laube. ' 
Admission to the concert is free, however "free will" 
offerings will be gratefully accepted at the concert to 
help the church purchase a new organ. For more 
information regarding this concert, please leave a 
message for Ruth Peck at 847-9 1 8-0600 Ext. #28. 

Leo Kottke in concert 

Legendary guitarist Leo Kottke will appear in 
concert at the Woodstock Opera House 121 W. Van 
Buren Street on Friday Saturday September 5 and 
6. Each show will begin at 8 p.m. 

Kottke, the guitarist who never had a lesson, Is 
a multiple winner oftlie Guitar Player Magazine's 
award lor Best Instrumentalist. 

Tickets for the concert are $22 and are avail- • 
able at the Woodstock Opera House box office, For 
tickets and more information call 815-338-5300. 




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Just for fun 

The Woodstock Squares Square Dance Club is 
offering square dance lessons for couples and solo 
dancers. Lessons will be held at the McHenry 
Township Community Center, 3519 Richmond Rd. 
in Johnsburg, behind the Moose Club Tuesday 
September 9, and 16 at 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. 

Come enjoy the fun, exercise and socializa- 
tion. The first two lessons are free of charge. For 
more details, call 847-973-1029 or 815-653-7691. 



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Rummage Sale 

Immaculate Conception Parish (IC) and 
Highland Park Presbyterian Church (HPPQ 
announce their annual "Two Church Rummage 
Sale," which will be held at both churches on 
Friday, September 5 from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. and 
Saturday, September 6 from 8 a.m. - noon. Both 
churches are located in Highland Park— IC at 770 
West Deerfield Road and HPOPC is at 330 Laurel 
Avenue. 

The bag sale occurs late in the morning oh 
Saturday, September 6. 

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Talbot leads a four-day workshop Thursday : 
. Sunday Sept. 25- 28, at Camp Henry Homer, 
Ingleside; . 

Subjects for investigation include Acquiring 
Visual Language Skills, Collage without Liquid 
Adhesives, Composition, Color Theory, Paperless 
Image Transfer, Made-to-Order Collage Materials, 
Finding the Muse, The Artist and Society, Framing 
and Presentation of Finished Works and more. 

Reservations are required and space is limited 
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Snowseekers seek fun 

The Snowseekers Ski Club invites families, 
couples, singles and folks of all ages and all levels 
of downhill skiing and snowboard ing, to sign up 
for affordable ski excursions during winter 2001. 
Trips have been planned for Devil's Head and 
Granite Peak, Wis., Big Mountain, Mont, and 
Steamboat and Aspen, Colo. 

The club will meet on Thursday, September 4 
7:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church at Maple 
and Douglas Avenues' in Libertyville. 

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The City of McHenry Landmark Commission 
will host a Cemetery Walk at Woodland and St. 
Mary's Cemeteries on Saturday, Sept 13 from 1 -3 
p.m. Tills promises to be a unique and interesting 
peck into our past. Costumed first-person inter- 
preters will present the life and times of prominent 
McHenry citizens. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for 
students. Advance tickets are available at City Hall or 
the McHenry Area Chamber of Commerce office. 
The cemeteries are located on Richmond Road, 
north of St. Mary's Church on the west side of the 
street. Parking will be in the rear lot of Woodland 
Cemetery. Please wear comfortable shoes. 

Another opportunity 
to view Mars 

Mars may offer better views in September 
because it will rise earlier in the evening and will 
be higher in the sky, which means you'll look at 
die planet through less atmosphere for a clearer 
view. Its apparent size in telescope views will be 
only slightly smaller. 

The Lake County Astronomical Society (I£AS) 
is planning a public Mars Party on Friday night, 
September 19, beginning at approximately 9:30 
p.m. at the Volo Bog State Natural Area in Ingleside. 
The Mars Party that evening follows the club s reg- 
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The public is also invited to attend the meeting. 

For more information on 847-914-2925. 




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Antique show 

21st Annual McHenry County 

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Long Grove presents Irish Days, Saturday, August 30 from 10 
a.m. - 7 p.m. and Sunday, August 31 from 1 1 a.m. - 6 p.m. 
Admission and parking are free. 

Specialty food shops will stock Irish soda bread, bridies (meat 
turnovers) and bangers (sausages), shamrock cookies, black and white 
pudding, meat pies; Irish oatmeal, and Irish jams arid jellies. 

At the Gaelic Tent in Fountain Square, visitors will receive stickers 
with their first names translated into Gaelic To promote awareness of 
die Irish language, free Gaelic lessons will be offered. Nearby members of 
die Great Lakes Irish Wolfhounds Association will visit with some of their 
canine companions. 

Fountain Square will be stompin' with continuous free music and 
entertainment. 

Sure to raise a ruckus, there will be a special contest both Saturday 
and Sunday to choose "the Best Looking Men's Legs in a Kilt." 
Contestants can bring their own kilts or borrow them from The Irish 
Boutique. Entry fee is $2. Polaroid pictures will be taken throughout 
each day. Five photo finalists will be chosen, and at 3:30 p.m. each after- 
noon the five will be called on stage and the assembled audience will 
vote for the 1 st, 2nd and 3rd place winners. Prizes .will be awarded. 

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"Passionada" with Sofia Milos, Emmy Rossum 



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and how love can blossom, or not. 
This film deals with the culture of 
Portuguese-Americans as compared 
to American and French differences 
(a la "Le Divorce") and pulls it off 
without being fraudulent 

Celia (Sofia Milos who plays a 
detective on TV's "CSI: Miami") is a 
thirty-something widow with a 
vibrant, beautiful and outgoing 1 7- 
year-old daughter, Vicky (Emmy 
Rossum). Her husband, a fisher- 
man, was lost at sea in a fishing 
accident. Now* seven years later 
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Angelica (Lupe Ontiveros of "As 
Good as it Gets" and "Real Women 
Have Curves") & _^ 

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Gelia, Vicky and Charles Beck 
(Jason Isaacs of "Black Hawk . 
Down," "The Patriot" and "Harry 
Potter"). Beck is a card shark who 
counts cards, and has traveled the 
world getting banned from casinos. 



Currently visiting New Bedford, 
Mass., which has a large 
Portuguese community, he meets 
Vicky, who.aspires to play cards . 
using her photographic memory. 
She looks older than 17 (although 
Emmy Rossum was actually only 14 
when the film was made). Beck 
rightly pushes her off because of 
her youth— way too young for him. 
He is visiting his longtime friends 
who spend their time on their sail- 
ing yacht, drinking martinis. Like 
the friends of Ben Kingsley in "Sexy 
Beast," Beck's friends are retired 
criminals trying to mix in with 
polite society. 

Celia's one passion, other than 
. the strict raising of Vicky, is to sing 
the operatically soulful, blues-like 
Portuguese folk music called 
"fado," in a local nightclub. Beck 
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passion she communicates, and in 
spite of various pick-up lines he 
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only barely politely. When he finds 
Celia's home address in the public 
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Soon a deal is made that she will fix 
him up with a date with her modier 
if he teaches her to count cards. 
The game is on! 

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with one another early in the film 
walk off into the sunset by die end, 
how diey get there has a fresh sense 
of romantic realism. Told with a 
touch of fairy tale whimsy for adults, 
like "MosUy Martha," "Italian for 
Beginners;" and "Bread and Tulips," 
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don't like subtitles. The perfor- 
mances in the film are outstanding 
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The Other Side of the Bed: 

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Richard Benjamin 

Starring 

Lisa Kudrow, Damon Wayans 
Richard Benjamin 
Christine Baranski 




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leadership role at her 
father's (Richard Benjamin) con- 
glomerate when he becomes ill. 
One of their holdings is a record- 
ing subsidiary that promotes 

extreme gangster rap. Right. away 
they are threatened with a boy- 
cott by Senator Spinkle 
(Christine Baranski); who finds 
the new CEfby Dr. S (Damon 

Wayans) offensive and immoral. 
"Marci X" has die seed of a . 

. good film but falls flat with the 
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Director 

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Andy Richter, Molly Shannon 



board, it's not'screened for critics. 
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Aug. 22. With only marketing 
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Tom (Ashton 
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widi Lisa (Tara 
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a date with Lisa. When she asks 

him to come to her house, he 
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can house sit with their pet owl/OJ. 
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of buying school supplies. These laborious 
scavenger hunts must be educators' way of 
ensuring we're up to snuff by the time the 
school bell rings. 

Teacher is always right. What better way 
to hone higher level thinking skills than by 
competing with several hundred other shop- 
pers for the one remaining fifty-function cal- 
culator? (And, for what I had to fork over, 
that thing better beam my "Scotty" up for his 
early morning math class!) 

Anyway, after facing off with all those 
other frantic caregivers clutching binders 
and backpacks, you'd think I'd be a battle 
hardened/efficient parenting machine- 
ready to launch a full-scale attack on another 
year of learning. 

Unfortunately, I'm the Private Bailey 
of the "Trimester Terminators". That's 
why I'm still groping under the kids' beds 
for half-chewed, Number 2 pencils long 
after my betters have cleared the store 
shelves. 

And it's no surprise my kids have picked 
up habits that, to teachers, have all the 
appeal of head lice. I can't even blame my 
own upbringing. As a former college 
"Sweetheart"-rthe precursor to "Legally 
Blonde"— my mother repeatedly denies any 
responsibility for my "Sanford and Son" 
organizational skills. (Hey Mom. I travel 
with color coordinated, name brand luggage 
too. Mine just happens to come out of a box 
that says "Hefty".) 

Of course, other kids always show up for 
the first day of school ready to walk the run 




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have to brush our teeth three times a day to 
"avoid the plague". 

So, all you other parents, go ahead and 
toast your well deserved freedom on that first 
day of school. I'll still be stuffing lunch bags 
with leftover Easter candy when die bus pulls 




up, hoping my kids don't throw the book at 
me and give me too much "hard time" in the 
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ence. Although mine show up with their 
shoes untied, they're just as eager to do their 
parents proud by proving that the nut does- 
n't fall too far from the tree. 

At least you can't fault my middle child 
for lack of creativity. When asked to explain 
the significance of an artist's halos as part of 
a Religion essay, he responded with, 
"museum janitors left their beer cans on the 
picture when it was on the floor.'! 

And, as for my oldest son, only innova- 
tive teachers can channel his wanderlust. 
Top honors go to Mrs. Brady, at North 
Barrington School, for responding with a 
novel means of keeping his attention on 
track: "The Order of the Snake". 

I was so proud. My son narrated his 
entire second grade play without stumbling 
once. That's because he was standing front 
and center, arms and legs strapped at his 
sides, as a super cool snake character. (I 
don't think this was originally scripted in 
that particular fairy tale.) No matter, the 
only hitch in his performance was getting 
him on and off the stage. 

My youngest is another up and coming 
Rhodes Scholar. When teacher asked what 
kind of things she could do in under five 
minutes, she didn't hesitate to answer, "my 
homework". As you can imagine, she's a vir- 
tual font of knowledge. That's why we all 




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Audition for the up 
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Gurnee Theatre 

The Gurnec Theatre Company holds 
open auditions on Monday, Sept. 15 for 17 
children's roles (ages 6 through 14) and on 
Tuesday, Sept. 16 for ten adult roles in The 
Best Christmas Pageant Everl Auditions will 
be held at Gurnee Grade School (southwest 
entrance), 940 North Kilbournc Road in 
Gurnee beginning at 7 p.m. each date. The 
allow will be performed each of die first three 
weekends in December. 

Appointments are not necessary, but if 
you have questions, phone 847-775-1950 and 
leave a message. 



"The Nutcracker" 



Only one audition for Barrington Youth 
Dance Ensemble's ninth annual production 
of "The Nutcracker" will take place on 
Sunday, Sept. 7 at the Barrington Dance 
Academy, 758 W. Northwest Hwy. in 
Barrington- located in The Foundry 
(Northwest Hwy. and Hart Road). 

Boys and girls are invited to audition to 
the following schedule: Children ages 6~8* 
years, last names beginning A-L, from noon 
to 12:30 p.m.; children ages 6-8 years, M-Z, 
12:45-1:15 p.m.; all children 9-10 years, 1:30-2 
p.m.; all 1 1-12 years, 2:15-3:15 p.m.; ages 13 
and up, 3:30-4:30 p.m. 

Audit ionees: Girls should wear ballet 
slippers, solid colored leotard and tights, 
have hair secured and bring pointe shoes, if 
applicable. Boy's should wear tee shirt and 
shorts. Arrive 15 minutes prior to the sched- 
uled audition time to register. For additional 
information, call 847-382-6333 

The Nutcracker performances will be held 
on December 5, 6, 7 in die Richard C. Johnson 
Auditorium at Barrington High School. 

For information on the BYDE and 
Barrington Dance Academy, call 847-382-6333. 

Waukegan Community 



Players 

Auditions for the first show of the new 
season for "Side by Side," a musical 
review of the works of Stephen Sondheim 
will be held Sunday, Sept. 6, from 2 t- 4 
p.m. and Monday Sept. 7, from 6-8 p.m. 
at the Rosenwald Cottage located in 
Bowen Park, 1923 North Sheridan Road, 

Waukegan. 

, Parts are available for three women and 
two men. Be prepared to sing without 
accompaniment or bring your own music. 
"This production will be produced as a Dinner 
Theatre with performances at Madison 
Avenue in Waukegan on Friday, Nov. 7-8 at 8 
p.m. and Sunday afternoon, Nov. 9. at 1 p.m. 
and die following weekend, Nov. 14, 15. A 
benefit performance will also be held on 



Saturday evening, Nov. 1 at the Greenbelt in 
Waukegan to celebrate the 10th Anniversary 
of the Waukegan Township Staben Center. 
Performers must be available for this show. 



Fright Fest 

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dates for performers of all sizes, shapes and 
talents for Fright Fest, the annual event at Six 
Flags Great America in Gumee. A large, 
diverse cast is needed for die month-long 
event. 

Auditions will be held Friday, Sept. 19, 
from 5 - 9 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 20, from 9 
a.m. - 5 p.m., and Sunday, Sept. 21, from 9 
a.m. - 4 p.m. near the employee entrance for 
Six Flags, on Milwaukee Avenue just south of 
Grand Avenue, in Gurnee. 

Rehearsals will be held Sunday, Oct. 5 
dirough the event's opening on Saturday, 
October 11; Performance dates are Fridays, 
Saturdays and Sundays October 11 through 
November 2, and Columbus Day (optional), 
October 13. 

Paid rehearsals with perfect attendance; 
performers may also be eligible for other 
bonuses based on merit 

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cool off from die summer's heat and play 
some chillin' jazz ? Does your child constant- 
ly sing arias in die shower? If so, audition for 
Midwest Young Artists Jazz and Choral 
Programs. At MYA, your child will find the 
best educational opportunities to develop and 
expand his or her musical talents and creativi- 
ty. MYA not only provides a nurturing, fun 
and educational environment, but prepares 
their students for a promising future. 

Auditions for MYA's Choral & Jazz 
Programs will be at die MYA Center 878 
Lyster Road, Highwood, in Ft. Sheridan. 
Please call 847-926-9898 or log onto 
www.mya.org to schedule an audition. 

Village Theatre 
Productions 



The 11th Annual 
Antique Outboard 

Motor and Boat 
Meet was final- 
ized by George 
Kreissl (left) of 
Lake Geneva and 
Don Woelky of 
Mar's Resort. 
Activities are 
scheduled from 8 
a.m. -4p.m. on 
Sunday Sept. 7, 
on the South 
Shore of Lake 
Como. 




outboards being 




ook for a bit of days gone by when the 
1 1th Annual Outboard Motor and 
. Boat Meet comes back to Mar's Resort 
on Lake Como's South Shore. 
On Sunday September 7, from 8 a.m.-4 
p.m. die Geneva Lake area will draw collectors 
from the entire Midwest. The event is orga- 
nized by the Midwest Chapter of die Antique 
Outboard Motor Club, Inc., die International 
organization headquarter inz Milwaukee. 

There is no charge to participate and the 
public is invited to come and buy, sell, trade 
or run their old boats and motors. Experts 
will be on hand to answer any questions and 
to help get old equipment running again. 

Many antique outboard motors and old 
wood boats will be on display as well as in use 
infront of the lake front resort. Motor brand 






names such as Bendix, Caille, Champion, 
Clark Trailer, Eltd, Evinrude, Flambeau, 
Johnson, Koban, Lockwood, Martin, Mercury, 
Neptune, Scott-Atwater, Thor and Waterman 
are common at events of this type as well as 
boats like Century, Dunphy, Penn Yan, 
Speedlrner; Switzercraft, Tomahawk, 
Thompson and Wolverine. 

Participants displaying their equipment 
will be eligible for door prizes and other 
awards and spectators will have more than 
100 foot of motor and boat displays at the 
waterfront as well as viewing the activity on 
the water. 

Plans for the event were finalized by 
George Kreissl of Lake Geneva and Don 
Woelky, owner of Mar's Resort. For further 
information call 414-248-2764. 




Grant High School Class of '92 Reunion 




Auditions for the first show of die fifth 
season "Fuddy Meers" a dark, zany throughly 
engaging comedy. Auditions will be held 
Sept. 3, at 7 p.m at the Brainerd Building 
Auditorium (comer of Route 176 and 
Brainerd Avenue). Auditions will consist of 
cold readings from the script and some 
improvisation. Callbacks will be Thursday 
September 4, 7 p.m. same location. 
Performances will be Nov. 7, 8, 14 and 15, 7 
p.m. and Nov. 9, 3 p.m. Rehearsals will be 
Wednesday and Thursday evenings 6:30-9:30 
p.m. beginning Sept. 10. 






The Grant Community High School Class 
of 1992 is planning an 1 1-year reunion to 
take place during the high school's home- 
coming weekend, Oct. 3-4. The reunion will 
egin with an icebreaker on Oct. 3 at Famous 
Freddie's Roadhouse, 510 S. ParkAve., in Fox 
Lake. The buffet dinner will beat Maravela's 
Banquet Hall, 4 Washington St., on Oct. 4 
from 6-11 p.m., after die game. 

Nikki Cogswell, 89-A Maude Ave., Fox Lake, 
60020, asks for reservations and checks by Sept 
6. The cost is $35. Those who know the where- 
abouts of any missing GCHS Class of 1 992 
classmate may contact Nikki at nikki@starregis- 
tery.com or 847-973-0193. An award will be 
given to'the person providing tips leading to the 
locations of most classmates. 

Updates are needed for die following 
classmates: Jennifer Adams, Jessica (Arnold) 
Galake, Victoria Barrett, David Barnt, Jr., Jon 
Bezroukoff, Jeanne Brown, Scott Bauer, Janis 
Boyer, Joe Brill, Kathleen (Caufield) Fritz, Joe 
Chariez, Michelle Clark, Michael Converse, 
Shannon Coulter, Jeffrey Davis, Shawn Davis, 
Angeko Desiniotes, Diane Dozier, Richard 



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Robert Florisi, Amy (Fourner) Pepera, 
Michelle (Frer) Suchowski, Nora fortino, 
Michael Galster, Jeremiah Gibb, Rich 
Gienoth, William Gilcrist, Adam Glauser, 
Richard Glauser, Jonathan Good, Angela . 
Grzonka, Jennifer Hailer, Thomas 
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Brandi Harris, Randy Harris, Yvonne Hart, 
Cathleen Henderson, Alfredo Jimenez, Adela 
Klowas, William Krebs, Jeffrey Krueger, Josh 
Kurtz, Kena Lawrence, Maggie Lenton, . , 
Michelle Lilly, Lenny Nemeth, Gina ' 
(Redman) Mitchell, Jason Millem, Jeffrey 
Miller, Jeffrey Molnar, Scott Ostertag, Angel 
Rodgers, Michelle Schwank, James Schladt, 
Virgil Schneider, Denise Stark, Larry 
Suchowski, Anne Marie (Sweeney) Point, 
Richard Talaga, Lisa Thompson, April 
Tippett, Tracy Tousigant, Vicky Vladez, 
Elizabeth Vanco, Jon Vanderkhoff, Thomas 
Weckman, Melissa Weidner, Ken 
Westermann, Shelly Willheim, Lynn Willis, 
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for a quarterly off-road adventure on 
special courses set up at the Lake 
Geneva Raceway on Sunday, Aug. 24. 
The day began at 8:30 when participants 
enjoyed a complimentary breakfast. At 9 a.m.. 
the drivers were separated into four groups 
and sent off to their courses. The drivers rode 
through the courses until about 1:30 when 
everyone came together for lunch 

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Twisting Road, the Forest Trail and the Splash 
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driving 

"This event gives the drivers a great under- 
standing of what their vehicle can do," said 
Joni Podgorski, one of the event organizers. 

The courses were not timed. The outing 
focus was on simply enjoying the ride rather 
than getting caught up in times and races. 

"We want the people to have fun and not get 
caught up in cOmpetition...just_ bring out the 
family and have a good time," said Podgorski. 

All those who entered into the off-road 
adventure received a commemorative dash 
plaque. The event, now in its eighth year, 
seems to gain in popularity each time.' If you 
own a Land Rover and are interested in par- 
ticipating in the next off-road adventure, call 
Joni Podgorski or Reinhard Fischer at 847- 



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Blood drive scheduled 

The College of Lake County health center, 
in cooperation with the American Red Cross, 
will conduct a blood drive from 9 a.m. - 3 
p.m. on Sept. 9 in the Brandel Court on the 
Grayslake Campus. Donors must be 17 or 
older, weigh at least 110 pounds, be in good 
health and not have donated blood within 56 
days. The blood drive will be conducted on a 
walk-in basis. For information, call the CLC 

health center at 847-543-2064. I 




Training in business 

"NxLeveLTM for Business Start-ups," a 12- 
week entrepreneurial training program to 
help individuals learn the skills necessary to 
make business start-up decisions, will be 
offered by the College of Lake County's Small 
Business Development Center, in coopera- 
tion wimjjrst Midwest Bank. 




The sessions will be offered from 6:30 - 
9:30 p.m. on Wednesdays from September 17 
to December 10 in Room C003 on the 
Grayslake Campus. The cost is $300, which 
includes books, or $365, which includes 
books and Business Plan Pro Software. 

For information and registration, call 

847-543-2033. 

Latino Day features music, 
food and fun 

A luhchtime celebration featuring Latino 
music and food and fun activities will be pro- 
vided during "Latino Day on the Mall" on 
Sept. 16 at the College of Lake County's 
Lakeshore Campus in Waukegan. Activities 
• will be held in the Lakeshore Campus court- 
yard at Genesee St. and Madison Avenue. 

Lunch will begin at 1 1:30 a.m. with an 
authentic Mexican menu. The cost for the 
lunch is $4.50 per person. 

Guests also will have the opportunity to 
dance to die beat of Latin music and take a 
swing at a pinata filled with office and school 
supplies. Admission is open to the general pub- 
lic. For more information, call 847-543-2194. 



A Midwest Premier 

(Top row) Talleri McRai, Max Rubin, Peter Goldsmith, Sari Rubin (bottom row) 
Emily Churchill, Ron Turner and Claudia Garison in "ChainVs Love Song" by Marvin 
Chernoff at, the Attic PlayHouse located at 410 Sheridan Road, Highwood. 
Performances run from Sept. 5 - Oct. 19, Fridays and Saturdays 8 p.m. and 
Sundays 3 p.m. (Except matinees on Sept. 7 and Sept. 14. Tickets are $16 with 
advance purchase and $18 at the door. Special discounts are given to senior cit- 
izens (65+); students with ID, military personnel and groups. For tickets and fur- 
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from Sweet Adelines International 
will present a free concert on 
Monday, Sept. 8 at 8 p.m. at the 
Bristol Grade School, 20121 83rd Street, in 
Bristol, Wis. Just one week later, they will face 
off against the best Sweet Adeline performers 
in the world in Phoenix, Arizona. 

Featured performers are- the Riverport 
Chorus, Contagious Quartet and Outrageous 
Quartet. All are champions in Region 22 of Sweet 
Adelines International, an organization of more 
than 27,000 women around the world who sing 
four-part harmony in barbershop style. 



•Riverport, based in Bristol, will competing 
against the best 30 of the organization's more 
than 600 choruses. This is Riverport's 7th 
appearance at international competition, where 
they have placed as high as 10th. Contagious 
and Outrageous will compete against the top 60 
of more than 800 quartets. Contagious placed 
7th in their first international competition last 
year, and Outrageous will be making their sec- 
ond international appearance. 

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Mundeleln— Santa 

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Round Lake— This year's 
'Lumberjack Bowl" was. 
especially furi for .the family 
of Lindsay Daun, 16, a stu- 
dent at Grant Community 
High School, In Fox Lake- as 

^ won M the 1 Wo *w 

Championship in. the 
Women's .Single Buck 
event. Lindsay is the 
youngest world champion 
to Hold the Single Buck title. 

Pantry needs help 

AroSl^.—Mahy electe * 
officials turned out at a 
press conference, at the 
Avon Township Food 

Pantry to publicize the fact 
that it is dangerously low 
on food. Township supervi- 
sor Russ Chiristiansaid that 
if the current average keeps 
up the pantry may have to 
feed over 5,000 people this 
year. To help, call the food 
pantry at 847-546-1446. 

Double-tracking 
to help commute 

Mundeleln— The U.S. 
House Appropriations 
.^Committee approved a $52 
million plan ' to improve 
commuter and rail service 
in northern Illinois. The 
suburbs along the North 
Central 'line between 
Antloch and Chicago will 
receive $20 million for a 
construction -project to 
: include a second track for 
double the 
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State's attorney to investigate sheriff 




By STEVEN SKINNER 
Lakeland Correspondent 

An investigator with the 
Illinois Attorney General has 
begun looking into allega- 
tions made by Mike 
Horowitz, a former jailer who 
was fired in May. 

"They have contacted me 
and I am meeting with her." 
said Horowitz. 

At the Aug. 12 Lake 
County Board meeting, 
Horowitz began to read his 
allegations during the public 
comment portion of the 
meeting and was quickly 
stopped by the board. Board 
members suggested he con- 
tact the Lake County states 
attorney's office and also pre- 
sent his letter to the Law and 
Judicial Committee of the 
county board. 

On Monday, Horowitz 
addressed the committee and 
asked they recommend the 
board do an independent 
investigation. Committee 
member, and Lake County 
Board Chairman * Siizi 
Schmidt, told Horowitz that 
the board really has no juris- 
diction over the sheriff's 

home fire, where ho one was injured: "All the family pets, "including a rabb'fcham-' ? ffi ?£ oi u e L^ ^budget 
ster and another dog, were rescued. -P/ioto by Marc Jenkins ' for the sheriffs department. 



Capt. TdroTny Thompson of the GreaterRound Lake- Fire Protection District carries 
a family dog out a burning home in Grayslake on Aug. 22. Firefighters from the 
RLFPD were joined by those from Grayslake and. Gurnee to put out the afternoon 



Mike Waller, who is lead- 
ing the investigation for the 
Lake County state's attorney 
office, was also present at the 
committee meeting. After 
Horowitz spoke, Waller tried 
to downplay the allegations 
made by Horowitz and told 
him it was time to "put up or 
shut up." 

Waller said that neither 
the county board nor the law 
and judicial committee were 
the right place to make his 
accusations and that as a law 
enforcement officer, he 
should know there are proper 
channels to go through. 
Waller told the committee 
members that the first thing 
that will be done in the inves- 
tigation will be to sit down 
and talk to Horowitz. 

"It's unusual for an indi- 
vidual to have information 
regarding one item of corrup- 
tion, much less 24, said Waller 
in a previous interview with 
Lakeland. He also said that a 
person has a right to report 

what, he believes is illegal 
activity. 

Horowitz claims other- 
wise. He has stated that after 
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One week, after the 
largest blackout in U.S. histo- 
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than 50 million people, the 
question arises. Could a simi- 
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County? 

David A. Christensen, the 
new Director of the Lake 

County !■_— 
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contacted for his assessment 
of the situation. 

^ blackout, 
ComEd (Exelon) assures us 
that the controls and equip- 
ment in- bur area is design to 
avoid what has plagued our 
neighbors to the east of us," 
said Christensen. 

"Nevertheless, we in Lake* 
County are somewhat pre- 
pared to handle a wide scale 
incident such as this. First of 
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managers are very active in 
planning and mitigation for 
just such a situation. They, as 
well as the first responders 
(police and fire) have pre- 
pared not only themselves, 
but the communities they 
serve, to begin immediate 
actions locally. As we have 
discussed (before), state and 
federal aid take many days 
before their effects can be 
felt, and each citizen, com- 
munity and county must be 



able to stand alone for 72 or 
more hours." 

Christensen added that 
Lake County's response to an 
incident of this magnitude 
would ensure immediate life 
safety issues were addressed. 

"Facilities are in place to 
keep the 911 center running 
without main power for a 
considerable length of time/' 
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direct the citizens as to the 
best course of action (remain 
in place, seek shelter, eta). 
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county is not driven by elec-. 
tricity, but rather diesei loco- 
motives, therefore we could 
continue this service as long 
as the signaling backup bat- 
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Osmond. Geo-Karis, Link 
to kickoff breakfast series 

The Lake County Power Breakfast launch- 
es its 13th season on Sept. 3, when the busi- 
ness forum returns with its annual "Springfield 
Report." Program regulars and State Senators 
Adeline J. Geo-Karis (R-Zion) and Terry Link 
(D-Vernon Hills) will be joined by JoAnn 
Osmond (R-Antloch) when moderator Hal 
Coxon gavels the Power Breakfast to order at 
Midlane Golf Resort in Wadsworth. 

The breakfast is open to the public on the 
first Wednesday of each month at 7:30 a.m. 
Comcast will rebroadcast the breakfast on 
Monday and Wednesday evenings beginning 
Sept. 9. For reservations, contact Midlane 
Golf Resort at 847-360-0550. . 

Kick-Off to caring 



You're invited to the United Way of Lake 
County Kick-Off and Day of Caring at a.m„ 
Sept. 3 at the Midlane Golf Resort, 4555 W. 
Yorkhouse Road, in Wadsworth (one mile 
west of Delaney Road on Yorkhouse Road.) 

Come for breakfast, networking, and if you 
can, spend the day volunteering on a Day of 
. Caring project. (Guests do not need to sign-up for 
a Day of Caring activity to attend the breakfast). 

To RSVP, please reply by Aug. 13 to United 
Way of Like County, 330 S. Greenleaf St., 
Gurnee 60031-33B9. Attention: Kris Altmann. 
E-mail to kaltmann@uwlakeco.org. or Fax to 

847-77501001. 

Roadside safety chi 

The location for two upcoming joint road- 
side safety checks on the Labor Day weekend 
have been announced. Members of the Like 



ing workshops for interested volunteers at 7 
p.m., on Sept. 3, at the Adult Learning and 
Technology Center, 2416 W Washington in 
Waukegan. Persons wanting to tutor in basic 
reading skills need to complete training work- 
shops slated for Sept. 4, 9, 11, 16, 10, 23 and 
Oct. 23. Volunteers tutors for English as a 
Second Language need to attend the 5-part 
series beginning on Sept. 4, 9, 11, 16 and Oct. 
23. All the training workshops will be held at 
the College of Lake County. For more infor- 
mation call Mary at 847-543-2024. 

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A new guide to History an 
Environmental Education Programs is avail- 
able at no cost and will help teachers select 
programs to complement their curriculum 
goals. Over 50 different programs covering a 
wide range of subjects are available at Forest 
Preserve locations across Lake County and at 
the Lake County Discovery Museum in 
Wauconda. To receive the guide, call 847-968- 
3321 or email forestpreserves@co.lake.il.us. 

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the four popular Dog Exercise Areas operated 
by the county. The reduced fees are: First 
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Annual gala benefit 

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the Friends of the Lake County Discovery 
Museum present their 5tli annual benefit gala, 
featuring an elegant Mexican theme "Noche de 
Gala," on Sept. 13, at the Lake County Discovery 
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Fox Waterway Agency (FWA) is embarking 
on a key stretch in its 20-year history, needing 
state legislators' support to keep its present 
level of service. 

PamAIthoff addressed FWA staff and state 



and local agencies represented at a power 
breakfast organized in Fox Lake. Althoff, for- 
mer mayor of McHenry and FWA board mem- 
ber, is now an Illinois state senator represent- 
ing the area. 

"The Chain 0' Lakes is the greatest jewel 
in the state of Illinois," said FWA Board 
Chairman Howard "Bud" Scott. The meeting 
included McHenry County Board members, 
State Rep. Rosemary Kurtz (R-Crystal Lake), 
FWA Advisory Board members and other 
agencies that the FWA works with, such as 
Environmental Protection Agency. 

Althoff encouraged those at the breakfast 
meeting to keep working together to encour- 
aged continued support from Springfield. 
FWA Executive Director Ingrid Enriquez said 
at a previous function in Fox Lake that the 
state had cut $800,000 from its budget. 

The FWA is nearing 20 years in existence, 
after creation by an act from the state legislature 
in 1984. A 1995 referendum made the agency 
permanent, with Jon Soffeitti as its Grst chairman. 

"The agency is supported not by tax dol- 
lars, but user fees and state funds. We, unfor- 
tunately, are working with a Governor (Rod 
Blagojevich) who is working to balance the 
budget and cut all programs or consolidate 
them. The state funds are not guaranteed," 
Althoff said. 

FWA received $2 million a year from the 
state prior to the present round of cutbacks. 

"We have to work together to show 
Springfield that we are a cohesive group," 
Althoff said. 

She repeated the agency's mission, which 
is, "to improve and maintain the Fox River and 
the Chain O' Lakes public waterways for recre- 
ational purposes, to restore, environmental 
quality, control flooding, .promote tourism 
and .enhance the v quality of life along the 
waterway for residents and users alike." 




Main functions of the agency, staffed with 
15 full-time personnel, include dredging, 
Navigational Aids and Safety and Debris. 

. "I have not heard that the FWA is at risk, 
but it is always a possibility. Being cooperative 
with other agencies is one of the goals that we 
have had since the early 1980s. We want to 
ensure the local control of the waterway." 

The local fees were once thought of as a 
way to keep Chicago area boaters from using 
the Chain O' Lakes, but the boat traffic only 
has grown from the suburbs. "Next year, 
though, the state has doubled its boat license 
fee, and a lot of people do not know that," - 
Althoff said. 

The state legislature is working hard to 

— L u " waterways are safe, too. Laws 

operating 

Ities as a vehicle 
operating offense. 

"The concern is money," Althoff summed 
up. "The revenue sources are less and less for 
local government and that means the state has 
less to give out." 

The audience at Mineola Banquets in Fox 
Lake also heard several FWA project updates 
from Ingrid Enriquez, the agency's executive 
director. 

Dredging is one of the chief tasks of the 
agency, both hydraulic dredging and mechari : 
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southern part of Lake Marie. The sediment is 
used to re-create the geotube project, which 
has meant a return of a bird called, the 
Forster's Tern. 

"The geotube is a project that we started 
seven years ago and we are really proud of. 
The tubes are 37.5 feet wide and filled with 
sediment. In 2001, we filled the perimeter 
area. In 2002, we began to fill the north cell," 
Enriquez said. 

Pape Island, located near the FWA h 
quarters, is a project of shoreline stabilizai 
"That will be one of our next points of focus. We 

want to get the word out and discourage sea- 
walls. They only make it worse," sir 

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0| ption schools are coming to the fore as public education's ' 
answer to pressure for innovation, experimentation and 
demands for excellence. Simply put, the option school is 
part of the public school system, funded by tax dollars and 
under the jurisdiction and control of the local school system. The dif- 
ference—the "option"— comes from different methods, different pro- 
grams and possibly a different schedule. 

Optional schools have caught the attention of both educators and 
the public as an alternative to charter schools, an educational hybrid 
that utilizes tax funds, but operates as a private school. 

In Lake County, Prairie Crossing School, drawing public support 
from the Woodland Consolidated and Fremont Elementary districts, 
operates as a private school in Grayslake. Prairie Crossing is one of the 
most notable charter examples outside Chicago where charter schools 
are being utilized as alternatives to failing inner-city schools. 

Mundelein Elementary started operating an optional school before 
the name became part of the education vernacular when it converted a 
shuttered school to year-round use eight years ago. Now Gurnee 
Elementary district has reopened the original Gurnee Grade School for 
the 2003-2004 term as an optional school. 

Option schools sit well with the education establishment. Union 
teachers are employed. The system attracts teachers with a yen for 
change. Options typically for grades K-5 where innovation is especial- 
ly suited— and appreciated by parents. By and large, parents become 
intensely involved in option schools where they tend to be more 
involved in the educational process. Instead of critics, they become 
advocates. . . 

The optional school approach also has permitted Mundelein and 
Gurnee to utilize old facilities that otherwise might have been desig- 
nated for the wrecking ball. .. 

The future looks promising for the option school approach. The 
option school system provides a solid alternative to traditional primary 
education. 




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g tax cap 
opportunity 









Tweaking the Illinois Tax Cap Law, an edict intended to reign 
in ruinous public spending, holds equal fascination for both 
Republican and Democratic politicians. Under the guise of 
"fairness," which basically is an exercise for bending to spe- 
cial interests, members of both parties have participated in taking 
whacks at the cap. 

That's why it is unfair to single out Democrats (as we did recenUy) 
as working to undermine the letter and intent of having a lid on how 
far^public bodies can go to increase taxes. As a practical matter, the Tax 
Cap'Ujv'constantly is under assault. It's a matter of who's in the dri- 
ver s seat in.^pnngfielcj. ...... 

When the GOP controlled the Illinois Senate .two years ago, 
redoubtable Senate Majority Leader Pate Phillip, found some chinks in 
the cag law.to open. How soon we forget. 

Stressing } that the Tax Cfclpj jtawjshbuld not be eliminated, State Sen. 
Terry Link (P-Vernon Hiljs), a leader in the push for revisions in the 
Senate, takes a sort of "open season view of the law, meaning that it 
should apply to the times and should be'considered for review periodi- 
cally. One of the changes sought was making it possible for 16 park dis- 
tncts to "catch up on reyepu.es needed for providing facilities for the 
disabled. Grayslake, Waukegan and Highland Park were among dis- 
tricts "caught in the bind" according to Link! when the cap was enact- 
ed nearly 10 years ago. 

Because of majorities in both houses, Democrats were identified 
with making changes. But State Sen. Adeline Geo-Karis (R-Zion) and 
GOP state representatives Bob Churchill (Grayslake) MarkBeaubien 
(Barrington Hills) and Sid Mathias (Buffalo Grove) voted for creating 
new exceptions in the cap law to help park districts. Link is adamant 
that it is hypocritical to attribute cap changes only to the Democrats. 
State Sen. Susan Garrett, (D-Lake Forest), acknowledging bi-partisan 
backing, views 2003 legislation involving the Tax Cap Law as only 
affecting a "very small parj." 

State Seh.Bill Peterson (R-Lohg Grove) and State Rep. Ed Sullivan , 
(R-Mundelein) stood firm in opposition to fiddling with the cap as did '. 
Democratic State Rep. Kathy Ryg of Vernon Hills which we noted in an 
earlier editorial. . 

If the Tax Cap Law isn't on the endangered species list, it certainly 
is part of the political shooting gallery. That's not good news for tax- 
payers. 










eople stand in long lines to 
buy rock concert tickets. 
They'll spend the night at 
^^ Wrigley Field waiting for 
the season ticket office to open. 
But camp out over night to be first 
in line to buy a home site? No way. 
Wrong! 

Officials of a development com- 
pany still are scratching their heads 
over efforts of the buying public to 
get first crack at lots for sale in 
Liberty Lakes It 

Road, Wauconda, west of Fairfield 
Road. 

Prospective buyers started show- 
ing-up at 6 p.m., mostly in SUV's, 
parking by the side of the road and 
set up chairs and barbecue grills. 
While the charcoal was heating up, 
they milled around the site. Even 
with darkness falling, Bryan Jordan, 
vice president of Town & Country 
Homes, reported by 11:45 p.m. 15 
or 20 families had picked their spot. 

Talk about the Oklahoma Land 
Rush. 

By 6 o'clock next morning, 50 cars 
had lined up in front of the sales 
trailer. Jordan said the first seven 
families bonded at their road-side 
camp and excited about becoming 
neighbors, came in to buy as a 
group. "Pretty amazing," com- 
mented Jordan. 

. Eventually, Liberty Lakes will be 
644 single-family homes and 1 56 
' townhomes. The development has 
144 acres of open space and wet- 
lands, including 48 acres for parks. 

New Navy 'mayor' 










BILL SCHROEDER 

Publisher 




When Capt.Kathryn Hobbs joined 
the Navy 30 years ago her goal was 
to become a chief petty officer and 
obtain a college degree. "I never 
dreamed I'd be standing here 
today," exclaimed Hobbs, new 
commanding officer of Great Lakes 
Naval Station. A native of Kansas, 
Capt. Hobbs' military career is 
notable for recording "firsts," such 
as first Navy woman to serve as 
officer-in-charge of a U.S. Navy 
brig. She's criss-crossed the nation 
on a variety of assignments and 
served overseas. As Naval Station 
commander, Capt. Hobbs effective- 
ly is "mayor" of Great Lakes, run- 
ning the base and providing sup- 
port for some 60 commands and 
agencies. 

Razing the Rays 

Final touches of prairie restora- 
tion now are being put on the Ray 
Lake Forest Preserve on Erhardt 
Road west of Mundelein. Once 
considered for preservation as a 



ght success 



farm, all the 
farmstead and Ray fami 

razed to elimi- 
nate maintenance costs and pave 
the way for recreating a Lake 
County prairie. Besides a dairy 
barn, hog house and other small 
buildings, a separate coach house 
with Stables below and an apart- 
ment above were leveled. In the 
1950s and 60s, the Ray family ' 
raised prize pure-bred Black 
Angus cattle. 

Eye for weather 

Fremont Township Supervisor 
Pete Tekampe is a public office 
holder who has a life beyond poli- 
tics. A custom farmer, Tekampe 
now is concerned about the 
progress of 900 acres of corn. As of 
a few days ago, the corn is standing 
tall, but could use a good drenching 
rain. Pete always keeps one eye on 
the weatherman this time of year. 
After the com is harvested, he can 
direct both eyes toward the voters. 

One man's family 

Gram and gramps are getting 
daily back-to-school reports. First 
graders Nikki and Ali are coping 
with the rigors of day-long atten- 
dance. Ali is fretting about home- 
work. Erika is settling nicely into 
intermediate school as a fifth grad- 
er, but professes a problem with 
long, hot bus rides twice a day. (It's 
still 90-plus in Texas). John's 
fourth grade day can't pass fast 
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long did it ta 
to get to work today? 
The question echoes' in 
hallways and around 
water, coolers every morning 
.throughout the Chicagoland area. 

In a process that occurs 'every 
three years, the Chicago Area 
Transportation Study (the federally 
recognized panning organization 
for our region) has just released its 
solution for the six-county area 
through the year 200309.' As a resi- 



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smart growth advocate, I hoped for 
solutions that remedied our grid-', 
lock. 

CATS .did . askjUs what we thought. 
In focus groups conducted last ' 
summer, CATS received 1 1,898 sug- 
gestidrisffoni Lake County resi- 
dents—overwhelmingly on , 
improvements to the existing 
system; turn lanes, synchro- 
nized lights, bike paths, pedes- 
trian improvements. There 
were three comments for more 
highways; CATS then added 



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requests from municipalities, 
counties, IDOT, the Toll 
Authority arid other agencies, 
projected revenues arid costs, 
and then modeled potential 
results. ' ; '" I 

The modeltngresults confirmed ' 
what residents have known instinc- 
tively— systenVexpansioh's (new 
highways like the proposed exten- ' . % 
sion of 53 into Lake County) are 
less effective at improving local 
travel conditions than are closer- 



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elect- 
ed official, will host a corn roast and 

fundraiser Thursday, Sept. 25, at 
Jesse Oaks Sports Bar, Gages Lake. 

Coffelt is expected to make it official at 
the event that she is running to gain her 
seventh term. "Yes," she chuckled, "I'll 
probably have something to say about the 
election." 

The popular clerk will be reviving a 
GOP tradition, the annual com roast and 
get-together staged by the late Elmer 
Wolf at his Sand Lake resort on Grand 
Avenue. Wolf was a Lake Villa Township 
precinct committeeman who turned 
sweetcorn eating contests into a rallying 
point for party members. 

Coffelt says she doesn't mind being 
compared to former Recorder of Deeds 
Frank Nustra, who served more than 40 
years and set a record for longevity in pub- 
lic office. Coffelt declared that she would 
be honored if "Nustra, now 94, would 
attend her Gages Lake gathering slated to 
run from 5:30-8 p.m. 




Coffelt: 

Page of history 
to be relived at 
corn roast. 



Ditzig: 

Teaching kids 
how to work 
spells success. 




center. That size is difficult to find in the 
rural Mundelein area. "Farmers want to 
keep farming and developers won't sell," 
the supervisor stated. . 

'Neighbor factor' 

Add Andy McKenna to the list of. well 

heeled candidates for the U.S. Senate who 

Ready 10 run also is running a sophisticated mail solici- 

Wayne Blake, operator of a family- tation for funds. McKenna, 46, is touting . 

owned well and pump business, is ready to his business experience in seeking contri- 

challenge County Board Rep. Judy butions of all sizes for the Republican 

Martini (R-Antioch) in the March 2004, nomination next March. In Lake County, 1 

primary. "Oh, yeah," exclaimed Blake McKenna is playing up the "neighbor" fact, 

when asked about his prospective candi- He's a resident of Glenview. 
dacy. He has experience in public office as 

a commissioner of the.Fox Waterway Final golf Outing 
Agency. Barrington Republicans are hoping 






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Worthwhile summer 

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A unique township summer employ- 
ment program for Zion youth broke pre- 
vious records this summer, according to 
Supervisor Cherl Neal Ditzig. Ninety- 
seven students age 14 arid 15 worked in 
a community garden, highway cleanup, 
nursing homes and other odd jobs that 
comply with statutes. Ditzig said the 
youngsters, limited to 20 hours or 
less, earned $4.25 per hour. "They 
learned a lot and it beat watching TV 
on a couch," the supervisor declared. 
"Efficient use of taxpayers money" 
Ditzig added. 

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Land scarce 

Fremont Township Supervisor Pete 
Tekampe is an exponent of economy in 
government. Duringstaff vacation time, he 
was handling phone answering himself 
this summer. Tekampe reported that town 
trustees are continuing their search for a 
30-40 acre plot to build a youth recreation 



party members aren't "all played out" as 
they prepare for the annual Cuba 
Township Golf Outing, Sept. 1 26 at Cary : ' ; 
Country Club followed by dinner at 

Biltmofe Country Club. County Board Rep. 
Steven Mountsler (R-Barrington) has 

taken over the "maestro" role once played 
by this late Joe Welch to orchestrate fun 
outings and Republican victories. The 
Cuba Township event always is the last 
GOP golf outing of the season. 



Hispanic connection 

Steve Skinner is banking on his 
knowledge of the Hispanic community and 
commitment to public service to get elect- 
ed to the Lake County Board. With an early 
announcement, Skinner is looking for 
smooth sailing for a Democratic nomina- 
tion in a heavily Republican District 6. The 
area includes Round Lake Park, Grayslake 
and Third Lake. Skinner has put out a pub- 
lication for the Latino community. He 
serves as a trustee of the Round Lake Area 
Library. 






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to-home improvements to the existing infra- 
structure. • 

The plan should also go a long way to 
debunking the myth that dollars are set 
aside for 53. There is no magic source of 
largess to defray the cost; the road is 
planned as a tollway (as approved by the 
state legislature years ago). Tolls are 
estimated to be $1 at each of two main- 
line toll plazas, with additional 25 cent 
tolls at selected exist ramps. 

Construction takes years, perhaps most sig- 
nificantly, the roajd itself is congested within 
a few years of its completion. Lest anyone 
think that crazy environmentalists controlled 
the process, you should know that CATS is 
funded by the Illinois pept., of 

Transportation. ,,'''. 

The plan in its entirety reflects the stresses 
of the current economic situation. The pro- 
posed plan costs $61 billion over the next 30 
years. But it includes $7 billion from what is 
euphemistically called "new revenue 

sources"— read increased taxes and tolls. 
The plan cannot truly be implemented as 



written. 

Just like our traffic, the controversy over the 
proposed extension of 53 never goes away. 
And that's the problem, rather than take posi- 
tive steps to improve the intersections, add 
transit, and make reasonable widenings, we 
focus our attention on a highway that doesn't 
solve the problems and that we can't afford. 

I'm suggesting that we put the endless dis- 
cussions aside and work on meaningful 
improvements throughout the county; 
improvements that can be made now, in my 

Illwlllliw* 

CATS is accepting public comment on its 
plan through Sept. 2. Speak up for mean- 
ingful, doable improvements to our trans- 
portation systeriv 



hy would Wauconda give back 
the land? A resolution was 

e entire village 

board, including John Amrich 

and then trustee Jim Eschenbauch, in 1989 to 
support Lake County's multi-use trail system 
through the village and surrounding area. 

When Cambridge came in with the first 
part of their Apple Country development the 
village made sure the trail was part of their 
plan for the betterment of not only village res- 
idents, but for all residents of Lake County 
and the Chicagoland are, who will potentially 
use the Millennium Trail in the future. When 
Cambridge sold out the balance of the devel- 
opment to the Meridian group the trail was 
still included in the plan. So why isn't the vil- 
lage board following'through in providing the 
easement to the Forest Preserve to develop 
the Millennium Trail through the Liberty 
Lakes subdivision? 

As part of the annexation agreement of the 
Leider property (now being developed as 
Town and Country's-Liberty Lakes), the vil- 
lage received a ring of land around the 
perimeter property, which blocked the Forest 
Preserve from negotiating with the land 
owner without village support. Residents were 
told that the village wanted to ensure that the 
trail corridor would go through, but they did 
want to control development issues oh this 
property and surrounding parcels for fear of 
development prospects from other villages. 
There was never any mention that the Forest 
Preserve receiving the easement across the 
property had anything to do with Wauconda's 
sewer treatment expansion. 

Town and Country is advertising and sell- 
ing homes under the premise that the 
Millennium Trail connects through their 
development Is this false advertising? 

But here's a thought to the Town and 
Country developers and the Village of 
Wauconda. Instead of continuing to fight the 
residents who do not want this type of high 
density development or the increased sewage 
you will be sending "down the pipe," why not 
re-think the development plan to stay within 

me 250' units already approved. 

The developer might even get the Forest 
Preserve interested in managing or buying 
some of the land by Baker's Lake that they 
haven't "improved" yet. Please let my letter be 
food for thought to all. 

Beth Hampel 
Wauconda 

Dangerous growth 

In recent months the president of 
Hawthorn Woods has led a campaign to 
aggressively annex properties to the village 
and encourage "cluster" development with 
town homes and single family homes on 
small lots. This is a sharp contrast from what 
the village stood for in the past. 

Families moved to hawthorn Woods in 
large part because it had a plan for single fam- 
ily dwellings on one acre minimum lots. This 
concept encouraged a more rural atmosphere 
preserving the wetlands, trees and natural • 
habitat. Hawthorn Woods was a quiet place to 
live with a feeling of space from every front 
and back yard. 

Homes didn't bounce back and hit you in 
the face as happens in tract developments 
today. Well those days may be gone. More 
homes on smaller lots is the trend these days 
in Hawthorn Woods. One development now 



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Gilmer and Fairfield roads, north of 




Overrunning the land 

"Everybody wants a piece of the pie," or in 
the case of the Lake County Forest Preserve 
District, everybody wants a piece of the land. 

Currently, parcels of LCFP land have been 
granted to the following special interest 
groups: dog owners, model airplane hobby- 
ists, dog sledders, swimmers, fishermen, 
golfers, snowmobilers, skiers, banqueters, pic- 
nickers, equestrians, and boaters. 

Waiting in line for their pieces of the land 
are the archers and shooters, as well as the 
baseball, soccer, and polo players — to name 
a few. How to divvy up the land has become 
an on-going issue. Some special interest 
groups want not only bigger pieces, but also 
better service and maintenance. Golf courses 
and banquet facilities are a case in point. Did 
" * e district realize the problems that would 
arise from all these special interest claims? 
Just how diversified should our Forest 
Preserve District be? When I vote for a Forest 
Preserve referendum, I literally think "pre- • 
serve forests." What's happened to the con- 
cept of prairies, woodlands, wetlands, and just 
plain old nature? 

The time has come for our Lake County 
Forest Preserve commissioners to revisit some 
words from the past. On June 1, 1962, Frank 
B. Peers, Land Acquisition Committee chair- 
man, reported to the Lake County Civic 
League: 

"The Lake County Forest Preserve District 
under no circumstances is intended to serve 
as a park system. Its full function is to con- 
serve the space provided by nature for the 
development of the scenic charm and beauty 
that refreshes the soul. This above everything, 
is the treasure which must be safeguarded for 
future generations..." 

As Mrs. Untermyer, chair of the LCFP advi- 
sory committee, repeatedly said: "No amount 
of committee meetings, public debate, and, 
laudable resolutions can command the forest 
of Lake County to return, once they have been 
destroyed." 

Grace M.Vogt 
Grayslake 





We are told in a boastful way that j 

Mundelein is the third "most undervalued" 
town in the nation. Why are we "underval- 
ued?" Because local officials are sucking the 
life out of the town with their ordinances and 
. code enforcement. 

' Businessmen are treated like second class 
* citizens by the powers that be. Residents 
are treated as though it's a privilege to 
live in Mundelein. If you don't follow the 
rules, we, the village, will force you out. I 
know some really good residents care 
about what is going on, but not enough 
for me to want to raise my kids here. Too 
many crooked politicians. Too many "its 
not my problem people." 

Dan Cox 
Mundelein 

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Remember workers 

Labor Day is a day to honor the workers of 
America. 

It is important that we take the time to rec- 
ognize the hard work of those who bulla 1 our 
roads, home and offices, p p e ra t'e* iilili ( i c trans- 
portation, make the products 'thdt'we use 
each day, the grocery workers wrio stock and 
sell us the food f necessary to fee our families. 
It is worker's wn^'are responsible for keeping 
our country going, in good times and in bad. 
} It wduicl be interesting to see what'would 
happen if for one day those corporate execu- 

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Midlothian Road will support a private gated 
golf course with almost 600 homestead 
about on narrow strips of around 240 acres. 

This is precedent setting and opens the doors tiyes, 'mahagers|knd bosses who take their 
for more high density development, Kemper workforces for granted had to toil at the tasks 

mat their workers do every day to help turn a 
profit for the company. After one day, I am 



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Golf Course is next and Toll Brothers in con- 
trol of developmental rights. 

The irony of all this is the total disregard 
this administration has for its residents in and 
around the village, many of whom object to 
the blatant destruction of a way of life. This in 
my opinion is an arrogant administration 



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Alliance. Zingle speaks out frequently on 
transportation and environmental issues. 
She is a resident of Wadsworth. The Alliance 
can be reached at P.O. Box 405, Grayslake, IL 
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that most residents will not appreciate. Is big- 
ger better? Are more homes, more people, 
more automobiles, more students what we 
need? I don't think so. 

f Hawthorn Woods and Toll Brothers Have 
been taken to court. A judge will decide what 
is in the best interest of the community. 1 ' '■ ' 

BobBohl 

Hawthorn Woods 




confident that the anti- worker agenda in 
Washington, D.C. would be replaced with 
more worker friendly policies. I do not doubt 
for one moment mat the need for strong 
unions to protect the rights of workers would 
be apparent to all. 

Labor Day has become a three-day weekend 
that has become the customary end of sum- 
mer. We must not lose sight of the struggles 
of workers past. Let us continue to recognize 
the hard work and dedication of America's 

workers. ] ' : : T V 

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Local 881 1 Uh ited Food and Commercial; 

Workers Internal Union . 

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Noninvasive Treatments for 
Prostate Cancer 

Lake Forest Hospital offers the latest non- 
invasive radiation treatments for prostate 
cancer. Dr. Marc Pbsner's lecture of these 
treatments will include three dimensional 
conformal radiation therapy (3D-CRT) and 
Intensity Modulated Therapy (IMRT). Please 
call 847-535-61 12 to register. 
Date: Tuesday, September 9 
Time: 7 to 8:30 a.m. 

Arthritis: Self-Help 

The Arthritis Self-Help course, developed 
by the Arthritis Foundation, combines exer- 
cise and education to help you better manage 
the pain, fatigue and disability of arthritis. 
Find out what this program can do for you'at 
this introductory lecture. Please call 847-535- 
6112 to register. Date: Wednesday, 
September 17. Time: 7 to 9:00 p.m. 

CPR: Save a Life 

Learn infant, child and adult CPR through 
the American Heart Association's Pediatric 
and Heartsaver course. Participants receive 
first aid instruction for choking, as well as 
information about heart disease, causes and 
prevention of injury, and cardiopulmonary 
arrest in children. This is a onerday course. 
For more information, call 847-535-6112. 
Date: Saturday, September 13 
Time: 9:00 to 1 p.m. 

STARS: Start Targeting And 
Reach Success 

A weight management program for8-to- 
14 year old children designed to build 
healthy bodies through increasing activity 
and choosing nutritious foods. This ten- 
week program includes six individual 
consultations with a registered dietitian. 
Please call Lake Forest Hospital Nutrition 
Services at 847.535.6176 for information 
and scheduling.Cost: $250.00 for the 
ten-week program. 

CONDELL MEDICAL 
CENTER 



Childbirth Education Classes 

The childbirth education classes at Condell 
Medical Center, 801 S. Milwaukee Ave., 
Libertyville, will enhance and complement 
your doctor's advice. Taught by trained, cer- 
tified instructors, these classes provide 
understanding, support and information that 
will take the expectant couple from pregnan- 
cy through the postpartum period, and help 
them to adjust to the changes that having a 
baby brings. Classes cover a variety of sub- 
jects including Pondering Pregnancy, Early 
Pregnancy, Childbirth Refresher, Infant 
Development, Grandparents Class, Basically 
Breast-feeding, Breast-feeding and Working 
and Caring for Baby. Call 847-990-5407, or 
Espanol: 847-990-1289. 

VISTA HEALTH 

Senior Spirit Program 

This program, designed for people age 55 
and older, offers health screenings, education- 
al programs, insurance information and social 
activities. Other benefits of membership 
include private room upgrades, free parking 
and savings on prescription medications. For 
more information, call 847-360-2172. 

LAKE COUNTY HEALTH 
DEPARTMENT AND . 



COMMUNITY HEALTH 
CENTER 

Crisis Counseling Available 

The Lake County Health Department . , 
and Community Health Center offers walk-in ' 
and telephone crisis counseling and referrals » 
for Lake County residents experiencing emo- 
tional stress. This is a service of the Crisis 
Care Program at 3002 Grand Ave., 
Waukegan. Counselors are available 24 hours 
a day. For assistance, call 847-377-8088. (A 
TDD, hearing impaired phone lines is also 

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Family Support Group Meeting To 
Focus on Alzheimer's Disease 




The Laki 

and Community Health Center, in coopera- 
tion with the Greater Chicagoland Chapter of 
the Alzheimer's Association,- will sponsor a 
family support group meeting on Tuesday, 
September 30, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., in 
room #137 of the Lake County Health 
Department, 3012 Grand Avenue, Waukegan. 
The support group meeting is free. More 
information can be obtained by calling the 
Lake County Health Dept. at 847-377-8097. 






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bast week's column sparked an 
overwhelming response. Some of 
you have told me that you have 
an autistic child or you know 
someone with a child that has been diag- 
nosed with autism. 

Over the past few years, as this type of 
Pervasive ' 

Developmental Disorder (PDD) continues 
to skyrocket, autism has become a sub- 
ject of increased attention among par- 
ents, the medical community and the 
media. The question most frequently 
asked is why is this happening? 

What is causing our children, who 
seem to be normal at birth, to then, most 
commonly between the ages of 15 and 18 
months, no longer respond to normal 
social interaction and become locked 
into their own world? 

Generally, parents do not seek a diag- 
nosis until the child is 3- to 4 -years old 
and exhibits enough symptoms to cause 
serious concern. That is primarily 
because the child seldom shows all of the 
disorder's characteristics at one time. 

A few weeks ago, while walking down 
the street to my office here in Grayslake, I 
found the Birth to Three Therapies 
Center. It offers early intervention treat- 
ment and training focused on providing 
help for children with special needs and 
their families. 

Kathy Ferri, an occupational/develop- 
mental therapist who works with autistic 
children at the center says, "At first the 
parents don't pick up on it, and most of 
our pediatricians don't see it right away. 
There's always an excuse for the behav- 
ior, until the parents can't make excuses 
anymore for the child's screaming and 
holding their ears.. .and it's hard for par- 
ents to accept that." 




ON CALL 




Day Simon 



Once a pediatric neurologist with 
expertise in autism makes the diagnosis, 
anguished parents embark on a mission 
to find the reasons and answers that will 
unravel the complex science. Why and 
what caused their once happy child to 
change so dramatically? 

Most research suggests that people 
with autism have irregular brain struc- 
tures. Breakthrough neuroimaging tech- 
nology renders snapshots of the brain 
that confirms what scientists have long 
suspected. Autistic brains react very dif- 
ferently than normal brains'to various 
interaction situations. 

Laura Houston, a speech and lan- 
guage pathologist who also treats chil- 
dren at the Birth to Three Therapies facil- 
ity, points to early immunization shots as 
one of the possible causes. The shots are 
the topic of much speculation. 

There is scientific evidence against 
childhood vaccines. Medical researcher 
and historian Harris Coulter, Ph.D., iden- 
tifies the first cases of autism in the 
United States emerging at the time when 
vaccinations against whooping cough 
was becoming increasingly popular. The 
reason autism began to appear is 
believed to be that these vaccinations 
lead to encephalitis or brain inflamma- 
tion. 

In "A Shot in the Dark", the first book 
to seriously attack the "myth" that vac- 



cines are.safe, Coulter and co-author, 
Barbara Loe Fisher estimated that tens of 
thousands of children injected with the 
DPT (diphtheria-pertussis-tetanus) vac- 
cine are at risk of ending up with severe 
neurological damage. 

Dr. Andrew Wakefield, formerly at the 

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becoming colonized in the lining of the 
bowel. According to Wakefield, this caus- 
es inflammatory bowel disease and a 
leaky bowel, allowing harmful toxins to 
enter the bloodstream. The toxins may 
therefore enter the brain resulting in 
autism. 

Much debate exists concerning 
Wakefield's claims. The argument is that 
symptoms of autism often are not identi- 
fied until a child is more' than a year old. 
The MMR vaccine is given around 15 
months of age, this explains why some 
associate the vaccine with autism. 

You cannot, however, tell Natalie 
Kulig that. She believes immunization 
shots are a major factor. Natalie is con- 
vinced that the MMR shot her daughter, 
Vicky, got at 18 months triggered her dis- 
order. Natalie singles out the issue of 
mercury, also known as thimerosal, 
found in the MMR vaccine. It has been 
used as a vaccine preservative since the 
1930's to combat bacterial and fungal 
contamination. 

Mercury, however, is a poisonous 
substance that is stored in the brain. At 
high exposure levels, mercury causes 
neurotoxicity in humans, especially in 
fetuses and small infants Whose brains 
are still developing. She asks, "What level 
is safe to give a' child?" 

It's amazing that, way back hr 19481° A l }° 
two researchers from Harvard Medical 
School and the Federal Drug , 
Administration, after carrying out tests 
on DPT vaccines at Children's Hospital in 
Boston, concluded that severe neurologi- 
cal problems could follow the adminis- 
tration of DPT vaccines; 

Years later, in 1985, Edward Grant, Jr., 

Assistant Secretary of Health,, testified 
before a U.S. Senate Committee that 
35,000 children suffer neurological dam- 
age related to the DTP vaccine. 

The fact remains that autism and 
brain damage, while rare before mass 
vaccination programs began, are now 
widespread disorders. 

If you ask most medical professionals, 
they will dispute the findings with the 
argument that there is no definite proof 
that the vaccines cause autism, and urge 
parents not to stop having their children 
vaccinated. On the other hand, there is 
no evidence that shows it isn't a 
causative factor. 

What I can't understand is how any- 
body, with or without a Ph. D. in bio- 
chemistry, could really believe that mer- 
cury, a poisonous substance could not 
pose some very serious risks for an 
infant. If the threat of measles, mumps 
and rubella are potentially such serious 
diseases that justifyrthe need for immu- 
nization, why can't we find a much safer 
preservative to add to these vaccines? . 

In an excerpt I read from a publica- 
tion called the Feat Daily Newsletter, 
"Healing Autism: No Finer Cause on the' 
Planet", a father talks about his frustra- 
tion after his child became autistic after 
receiving a DPT vaccination. He writes, "I 
would like to prevent the present cata- 
strophic increase in autism which paral- 
lels the increase in vaccinations (more 
mercury) . " He invites people to join other 
activists "for the future children who will 
become vaccines-damaged unless we 
force an industry-dominated government 
to start heeding people." 

I believe it is paramount for every- 
one—parents, medical professionals, 
boards of education and governmental* 
policy makers—to fully understand the 
connection between vaccinations and 
autism if we are to be effective. and initi- 
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Are there acceptable side effects 

for lad's medications? 



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School is storting again and I'm 
dreading it only because we have hard 

decisions to make for our son who is 8 
years old. We have been told that he has 
ADD again and again. We Iiave had him on 
lots of different medications that all 
worked for a period of a few months and 
then stopped working. We have lived 
through a slew of side effects and gull t We 
have seen that there are new medications 
out and want something to work, but we 
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our experiences with the ones we hi 
used already. We were wondering if you 

knew of any medications that did not have 
side effects for this? B.B. 

HiB.B., 

First of all, you need to know that I am a 
Psychologist and I do not prescribe medica- 
tion. 1 do have strong opinions about the 
whole medication issue for ADD though. I will 
also first say that a decisions to put a child on 

medication has to be the parent's and 
Doctor's decision ultimately. A doctor can give 
you recommendations, but when it comes to 
this type of problem, it is usually not life 
threatening and it is usually behaviorally 
based and therefore makes the decision to put 
. a child on the medication harder because then 
it does become a choice. 

Here is my biggest problem with medica- 
tion being used in relation to any of the symp- 
toms they call ADD: I have yet to see any hard 
studies that show a biological cause for any of 
those symptoms. Now, granted, maybe I have 
missed some study somewhere, but I don't 
think so. I read about this all the time and I 
have not seen any major breakthrough finding 




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an actual brain abnormality or neurotransmit- 
ter issue or physical problem that causes these 
symptoms. If anyone out there knows of a 
study that actually proves this disorder to be 
biologically based I would love to see it Point 
me in the right direction. In the meantime, 
what I have seen over and over again is people 
like yourselves who go through medication 
after medication after medication without a 
true cure for any of the symptoms on a long 
term basis. I believe the reason there is so 
much trouble with getting these symptoms 
resolved in a biological way is because the 
nature of the symptoms are about bad training 
and not biology. I have met with lots of med-* '.'. 
ication refugees who shape up fast after we 
train the right kinds of behaviors. 

We have a parenting crisis of sorts going 
on in our society. Parents are told they cannot 
use discipline and looked down on when they 
do, and when their kids go out of control and 
can't even sit still they are sent down the bio- 
logical path. Good discipline and training 
attention stops these problems and that's it. 

Dr. Sherri Singer is a Licensed Clinical 
Psychologist and Childhood Behavior 
Specialist. To learn how to change your child's 
life for the better, permanently, please call 847- 
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Mitchell Sr. of Antioch. 

The bride-to-be is a 1999 graduate of Wauconda High School, and a 2002 graduate of 
Haskana Institute. She is employed as a master stylist in McHenry, 1L 

The groom- to-be is a 1996 graduate of Antioch High School. He is employed as a custom 
home builder and is owner of Northwest Suburban Construction. 

A July 2004 wedding is planned at St. Demetrios Church in Waukegan, with a reception to 
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what little rust remains from close. to nine 
months between fights, the Round Lake feath- 
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(Aug. 30) in Rosemont with a 15-1 record and 
packing his own brand of "shock and awe." 

Hernandez, 26, is scheduled for six rounds 
at the Donald E. Stevenson Convention 
Center, but. "scheduled" is the key word here. 
Neither Hernandez, nor a growing legion of 
fans expects his fights to go the distance. 

For one thing, Hernandez' single loss 
came early on as he fought gamely with a bro- 
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Hernandez, who's been compared to the 
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bines stellar boxing skills with devastating 
punching power from a potent left hook, a 
sledge-hammer right and jolting uppercuts. 
Like those great Mexican fighters, he's a 
relentless body puncher, focused on taking 
away opponents' legs, and their hearts. 

Hernandez' Saturday opponent is a fight- 
er from Springfield, Mo., with three losses in 
10 fights. The fight is essentially a tune-up, 
said Larry Christian, Hernandez' manager and 
promoter of the Rosemont card. . 

High expectations for Hernandez come from 
his father, his family, Liny Christian, his fans and 
top U.S. promoters like Lou Duva and Oscar De 
La Hoya's company, Golden Boy Productions. 

Most of all, the high expectations of 
Hernandez come from within. Jose Hernandez 
confides that he has promised his father three 
world titles by the time he quits boxing. 

Hernandez, more and more boxing experts 
agree, is not just dreaming. After a relatively 
short but brilliant amateur career, with 30 wins 
in 33 fights, three Chicago Golden Gloves titles 
and the 1997 National Golden Gloves tide, he is 
looking like a future champion. 

Entering his 17th fight, Hernandez' fine 
condition and high state of readiness can be 
attributed to his training at Chicago's historic 
Windy City Boxing Club, which attracts a 
steady class of top professional boxers and is 
run by veteran fight manager Sam Colonna. 

Colonna calls Hernandez, "pound-for- 
pound, one of the best punchers around. He's 
an exciting boxer to watch; he can be a boxer or 
a brawler. He's not a pitty-pat fighter, when he 
sees that you're hurt, he wants' to take you out." 

Christian, a Waukegan businessman 
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Hernandez gained his Olympian workout 
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retired an undefeated amateur fighter in 
Mexico. Jose's devastating body punching 
powers came after hours of pounding the 
heavy bag, held by Jose Sr., and still considers 
"Dad" his toughest trainer. 

And his toughest critics are the regulars at 
Copa's Tavern, which he owns and operates 
with his family. "Our customers are guys who 
know boxing," said Hernandez, who has often 
rented a tour bus to bring them to his fights. 

With his last fight, in Waukegan last year, 
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see if I can really fight," he said. "These guys 
really know boxing, so there's no better 
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"I know I'll never be good enough for . 
everybody, not until I'm a world champion," 
he added, with this final world from Sam 
Colonna. "Jose doesn't have a negative bone 
in his body and deep down inside, where it 
counts, he really believes that he will be a 
world champ. 

"In my own opinion, he'll be a top 10 rated 
fighter (in the world) within a year." 

General admission at the Stevenson 
Convention Center, at 5555 N. River Road, the 
former Rosemont Convention Center, is $25 and 
the doors open at 6 p.m., with an amateur card 
starting at 7 p.m. Hernandez manager Larry 
Christian, a Waukegan businessman, is promot- 
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outing will be held on Mon., Sept. 8 at Midlane 
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start at approximately 10:30 a.m. At that time, 
players can hit balls on the driving range and 
practice putting. 

Then, between 1 1 a.m.-noon will be lunch 
and continued registration. A shotgun start, 
featuring 18 holes of golf with an electric cart, 
will start at 12:15 p.m. 

Cocktails will then be served at 5:15, fol- 
lowed by a buffet dinner, awards presenta- 
tions and raffle drawings at 6:30. 

The cost for an individual player is 
$250, which includes all of the aforemen- 
tioned. 

Hole sponsorships are also still available. 

Space is limited so hurry and call 847-548- 
7032 to register. 

The Second Annual PADS (Public 
Action to Deliver Shelter) Crisis 
Services, Inc. Golf Outing will be held on 
Tues., Sept. 9 at Chalet Hills Golf Club in Cary. 
The day will begin at approximately 10:30 
a.m. with an early bird breakfast, which will 
be followed by 18 holes of golf in a scramble 
format. As part of the day-long package, 
golfers will also have bag drop service, usage 
of the driving range, locker room availability, 
course contests/a buffet dinner, professional 
scoring and an awards presentation following 

The cost per golfer is $90, with foursomes 
being only $350. 

Proceeds from the event will benefit the 
PADS Crisis Service in their work with the 
hornless of Lake County. 

For more information or to sign-up, 
please call PADS Development Director Linda 
Rongey at 847-689-4357, ext. 123. 

Renwood Golf Course in Round Lake 
Beach is offering night golf on Friday, Sept. 5, 
with Shotgun starts at 8:15 p.m. The cost is $30 
per person in a nine-hole, four-person scram- 
ble. The entry fee includes night golf balls, a 
gowi-in-the-dark necklace and prizes. The 
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Grab the clubs and the kids and head for a 
Lake County Forest Preserve golf club to enjoy 
great savings and family fun. 

Family rates let a junior golfer age 1 2- and- 
under play for free when accompanied by a 
paying adult. Family rates are available daily 
for twilight golf (after 4 p.m.) at Brae Loch G.C. 
in Grayslake, Countryside G.C. in Mundelein, 
and Fort Sheridan G.C. in Highland Park. 

You can also fine-tune your game at 
Thunderhawk G.C. near Beach Park. Special 
sunrise rates offer savings for early risers 
Monday through Thursday before 8 a.m. 

For further information about golf specials 
or to make a reservation at any of the aforemen- 
tioned courses, please call each respective 
course at: Brae Loch (847-223-5542), 
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266-2120), and Thunderhawk (847-872-4295. 

The annual end-of-season Mini-Masters 
Youth Tournament will be held on Saturday, 
Sept. 13 at Greenshlre Golf Course, 38727 
N Lewis Ave. in Beach Park. Each gender and 
age will have its own flight to maintain fair 
competition. The yardage of the holes and 
choice of holes will be decided by tournament 
officials. Participants must not be over 12 
years of age. Flights will be determined by the 
contestant's age as of Sept. 8. 

The age groups/application fees for par- 
ticipants are: 4-6 years ($9), 7-9 years ($10) and 
10-12 ($12). The application fee covers green 
fees, handouts and lunch. Trophies will be 
awarded to the top finishers in each flight. In 
case of ties, a scorecard playoff from the first 
hole will determine the winner. Participants 
are expected* to dress appropriately during 
tournament play. Application forms and fees 
are available at Greenshire Golf Course. 

The registration deadline is Wednesday, 
Sept. 3 at 5 p.m. The field size will be limited to 
the first 100 paid applications received by the 
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Michael F. Molloy 

Age 42 of Round Lake, died July 23, 2003 at 
Winchester House in 
Libertyville. He was born 
Jan. 7, 1961 in Dowagiac, 
Mich. Michael lived in 
Franklin Park until 1969 
when he moved to Round 
Lake. For. a short time, he 
lived at The Shepherd in 
Union Grove, Wis. He was 
educated at St. Joseph 
Catholic Elementary School and then at 
Laremont School in Round Lake. Michaei was 
the most loving, gentle and always the most 
courteous person to all who knew him. He was 
also a member of Calvary Presbyterian Church 
in Round Lake. 




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Michael is survived by his mother, Lucille 
K. Molloy of Round Lake 

Bateman of Round Lake Beach; and his niece, 
Amber Yamin of J ._..._ „_._ 

ceded in death by his maternal and paternal 
grandparents. 

Friends may meet the family on Saturday, 
Aug. 30, 2003 from 9 a.m. until the 10 a.m. 

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memorial service at Calvary Presbyterian 
Church, 510 N. Cedar Lake Rd. in Round Lake. 
The Rev. Lisle Kauffman. will officiate. 
Interment is in Calvary Presbyterian Church 
Garden of Memories. Memorials to The 



Shepherd, 1805 15th Ave., Union Grove, Wis., 
53182, would be appreciated by the family. 
Arrangements were entrusted to Justen's 
"found Lake Funeral Home. 






Loretta 



(nee Olszewski) 

Age 83, a resident of Richmond for the past 



She was born to Felix and Evelyn (nee 
Ochocki) Olszewski and was united in mar- 
riage to Franklin H. Spooner on Feb. 5, 1949. 

Survivors include her sons, Ronald 
(Suzanne) Spooner in , Spring Grove and 
Harvey (Betty) Spooner of Tampa, Fla.; her 
daughter, Doretta (Tony) Slater of Richmond, 
with whom she made her home; four grand- 
sons; one brother; many other relatives and 
friends. She is preceded in death by her hus- 
band of 35 years. 

Visitation was from 4-9 p.m., Aug. 27 at the 
K. IC Hamsher Funeral Home of Fox Lake (The 
Chapel on the Lake) A Funeral Mass was cele- 
brated Aug. 28 at 11 a.m. at St. John the Baptist 



Catholic Church in Johnsburg. Burial followed 
in the church cemetery. Memorials for the 
American Heart Association, Dept. 77-3968, 
Chicago, IL 60678-3968, or for the American 



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Chicago, IL 60607-9717 will be appreciated by 
the family. 

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Alma C. Hanke 



Age 95, of Libertyville, passed away 
Saturday, Aug. 23, 2003 at the Lake Forest 
Hospital. She had been an active member of 
St. Matthew's Lutheran Church in Hawthorn 
Woods and was the church's oldest member. 

Surviving are two sons, Leon Hapke and 
Orin (Charlene) Hapke, both of Libertyville; 
two grandchildren; and other friends and rela- 
tives. She is preceded in death by her parents, 
William and Emma Knigge; by her husband, 
Orville Hapke on Dec. 31, 1971; her brothers 
and sisters. 



son, Fred Hogarth Jr. in 2002. 

Funeral services was held at noon, Aug. 23 
at the Burnett-Dane Funeral Home in 
Libertyville. Interment followed at St. 
Michael's Cemetery in Palatine. Visitation was 
at the funeral home from 10 a.m., until the 
time of services on Aug. 23. Memorial contri- 
butions can be made to the charity of your 
choice in her memory. - 



Foley of Libertyville and John (Victoria) Mickey 
of 1\icson, Ariz.; five grandchildren; four great- 
grandchildren and four sisters. 

A memorial service will be held in 
Phoenix, Ariz, with interment at Holy Cross 
Cemetery. 



Funeral services were held at 11 a.m., Aug. 
28 at St. Matthew's Lutheran Church in 
Hawthorn Woods with the Rev. Carlton E. 
Payne officiating. Interment followed at the 
church cemetery. Visitation was from 5-8 p.m. 
on Aug. 27 at the Burnett-Dane Funeral Home 
in Libertyville. Memorials may be made to St. 
Matthew's Lutheran Church, 24500 N. Old 



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Eloise Christensen 

Age 79 of Trevor, Wis., formerly of Round 
Lake, passed away Saturday, Aug. 23, 2003 at 
St. Catherine's Medical Campus West, Pleasant 
Prairie, Wis. She was born the daughter of the 
late Robert and Malissa (Murphy) Sumpter 

Survivors include her daughter, Linda 
(John) Drake of Trevor, Wis, and her two 
grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her 
son, Charles Christensen. : . 

Funeral service was held at 2 p.m., Aug. 28 
at the Strang Funeral Home of Antioch. 
Interment was in Wilmot Cemetery, Wilmot, 
Wis. Friends called at the funeral home on 
Aug. 28 from noon until the time of services. 
Those desiring may make contributions to the 
American Cancer societv in her memnrv. 



Marvin E. Lilla Sr. 

Age 67, a lifelong resident of Wauconda, 
died Monday, Aug. 25, 2003 at Good Shepherd 
Hospital in Barrington. He was a former 
Wauconda and Fox Lake Fire fighter. He hada 
been employed as a heavy equipment opera- 
tor forThelen Sand and Gravel in Antioch. 

Surviving are his wife, Lorraine (nee 
Celosky), who he married on Aug. 27, 1955; ' 
loving father of Vickie (Dennis) Chmielewski 
of Buffalo Grove and Marvin E. Jr. (Patti) of 
Peru, Ind. And grandfather of four. 

Funeral service was private. Memorials 
may be made to the Wauconda Fire Dept.- 
Paramedic Fund, 109 W. Liberty St., 
Wauconda, IL 60084. Arrangements were han- 
dled by the Kisselburg-Wauconda Funeral 
Home in Wauconda. 



19 years, formerly of Spring Grove for many 
years 1 dTe^^Saffirda^ Aug. 23, 2003 at the 
Northern Illinois Medical Center in McHenry. 



Wilson Arthur 

Age 89, a resident of Leisure Village, Fox 
Lake, died on Friday, Aug. 21, 2003 at Victory 
Lakes Continuing Care in Lindenhurst. 

Survivors include his wife, Alice (nee 

Golonsbe); his sons, Wayne (Barbara) Franzen 

of Des Plaines and Glenn (Susan) Franzen of 

Carolina; his daughter, Nancy (Robert) 

Jung of Algonquin; six grandchildren; five great 
grandchildr 

parents Bernhardt and Jessie (nee Jacobsen) 
Franzen; his brother and his sister. 

Visitation was held at the K. K. Hamsher 
Funeral Home in Fox Lake 
p.m. Funeral service was held Aug. 26 at 10 
a.m. at the Lutheran Churchof All Saints in Fox 
Lake. Interment followed at the Memory 
Gardens Cemetery in Arlington Heights. 
Memorials would be appreciated for Lutheran 
Church of All Saints, 5800 State Park Rd., Fox 
Lake. IL 60020. 



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Age 85 of Antioch, passed away 
Wednesday, Adg. 20, 2003 at Lake Forest 
Hospital. She was born the daughter of the 
late, Howard and Pauline (Smart) Smith. She 
was a former owner of die Sequoit Harbor 
Marina from 1955-1969 and co-owner of the 




Antioch Country Club from 1970-1973. On 
Oct. 28, 1939, she married John M Fe" Weiss in 
Antioch and he preceded her in death on April 
1, 1999. 

• Survivors include a son, John James Weiss 
of Antioch; a daughter, Paula Gerlat of 
Highland Park and a grand daughter. 

Memorial service was held at 1 1 a.m., Aug. 
26 at Strang Funeral Home of Antioch. 
Interment of ashes followed at Hillside 



Cemetery of Antioch. Visitation was from 10 
a.m., Aug. 26, until the time of services. In lieu 
of flowers, contributions may be made to the 
Antioch Rescue Squad in her memory. 



Allman 

Age 84 of Round Lake Beach, died 
Friday, Aug. 15, 2003 at St. Therese 
Medical Center in Waukegan. He 
was a veteran of the U.S. Army having served 
in the European Theater. During that time he 
served as Gen. Eisenhower's personal radio 
operator. He also served two tours of duty, 
received the American Theater Campaign 
Medal and the Eamet Campaign Medal with 
five Bronze 

Survivors include his wife, Lola; two sons, 
Frank (Shirley) Gillespie of Round Lake Beach 
and Richard (Jan) Gillespie of Belvidere; a 

of Aurora 
grandchildren 

parents, Horace and Delia (Meyer) Allman; 

and two sons, Leonard and Raymond Allman. 

Visitation will be from 1 p.m. until the 2 

p.m. memorial service on Saturday, Aug. 30 at 

Justen's Funeral Home, 222 N. Rosedale Ct. (at 

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Marie K. Hogarth 

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Age 85 of Libertyville, passed away 
Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2003 at the ManorCare 
Health Services in Libertyville. 

Surviving are her daughter, Linda 
(Robert) Rohleder of Libertyville; five grand- 
children; two great grandchildren and her 
daughter-in-law, Linda Hogarth of 
Barrington. She is preceded in death by her 
parents, August and Katherine Kaiser; her 
husband, Fred Hogarth in 1987 and by her 





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12 N. Pistakee Lake Rd., Fox Lake, IL 

(847)587-2100 

Kenneth K. Hamsher,. 

Debra' Hamsher Glen, Directors 







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FUNERAL HOME 

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Lake Villa, IL 

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Gerhard Berg 

Age 73 of Wheeling, passed away Friday, 
Aug. 22, 2003 at his son's home in Lake Bluff. 
He was born the son of the late Peter and 
Wilhelmina (nee Herrmann) Berg. 

He is survived by his sons, Ralph Berg of 
Lake Bluff, Carl (Amy) Berg of Wildwood and 
Kurt (Michele) Berg of Grayslake; his brothers 
and seven grandchildren. In addition to his 
parents, he is preceded in death by a brother. 

Visitation was from 4-8 p.m., Aug. 25 at 
Strang Funeral Chapel and Crematorium Ltd., 
in Grayslake. A memorial service will be held 
at 11 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 30 at Faith Lutheran 
Church on Deerpath Road and Highway 41 in 
Lake Forest. IL • 



Edith T. Holub 



Libertyville, passed Dystrophy 



Diane L Rothery 
(nee Stagg) 

Age 73, a resident of Round Lake, died 
Monday, Aug. 18, 2003 in Libertyville. She was 
born in Chicago to David and Suzanne (nee 
Darrow) Stagg and was married to Harold B. 
Rothery in Des Plaines on May* 3, 1952. She 
was employed as a cook for Gavin North and 
Gavin Central Elementary Schools in Fox Lake. 

Survivors include her husband, Harold B. 
Rothery of Round Lake; her children, Kim 
Rothery of Round Lake, Linda DeLong of 
Round Lake; her grandchildren; sisters, broth- 
ers and other relatives and friends. She is pre- 
ceded in death by an infant daughter, Denise 
in 1954; her son, Harold A. "Chip" Rothery in 
1982; a brother and her parents. 

A memorial service was held Aug. 23 from 
noon-4 p.m. Memorials for the Muscular 



away Monday, Aug. 25, 2003 in Phoenix, Ariz. 
She and her former husband, the late Les 



Holub, owned and operated a beauty shop in 
Libertyville. 

Surviving are two children, Cathy (Jeff) 



Tlicson, Ariz. 85718 to the attention of Director 
of Planned Giving, will be appreciated in lieu 
of flowers. Arrangements were handled by K. 

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$100 REWARD FOR the re- 
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missing since Tues June 16 
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claws, timid. Please contact 
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(847)722-5166. 



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Beat the Interview Jitters 

By Scott T. Flelscbmann, provided by Integrity Business Solutions 
Over the past thirty years, as I haw Interviewed people for various 
jobs, I have always been amazed at how calm some candidates are In 
the Interview. Most applicants show some degree of nervousness. 
Those vho appear confident (not arrogant) make a better Impression 
than those who are ill at ease. Those who appear relaxed usually j 
make a better Impression than those \rfio are nervous and fidgety. 
But how does one accomplish those goals. It seems Illogical to be 
completely relaxed In a situation where the Intentewer is In control of 
a situation that could affect the candidate's future career. Some sim- 
ple guidelines follow. 

• Understand that none of us Is really In control of anjthlng. Wc can- 
not control the actions of others. Therefore, others hare much con- 
trol over every aspect of our lives, Including our Jobs and our careers. 
Decisions made by managers, Intenlewers, politicians, customers, 
vendors, family and friends. affect us constantly. When we claim the 
reality of this truth, relaxation becomes more likely because wc no 
longer hare responsibility for the result of every Interview In addlUon, 
we can be completely truthful because the Interviewer will be able to 
make the best decision possible based on that truth. 
9. Diligently prepare for every Intenlew. Review the resume on the eve 

[ of the Intenlew and "again Just before meeting the Interviewer. Review, 
questions thaj have been asked In prior interviews. Make sure that the 
appropriate clothing Is clean and shoes are shlned for the Interview. 
A candidate who has prepared will be more confident because of that 
prcparaUon. 

• Learn some simple bio feedback techniques. Tightening all muscles 
.and then relaxing them Is a great stress reliever, as Is deep breathing. 
'However, Just knowing these techniques Is not enough. Practice them 
any time stress or pressure Is a problem. Those who practice these 
•exercises will be able to accomplish some degree of relaxation on 
command. 

• Plan to get to the Intenlew early. Rushing to get to the Intenlew will 
create stress, tension and nervousness. Also, candidates may be 
required to complete forms before the Intenlew. Speaking of plan- 
ning, bring a pen. and paper to take notes. Prepare a list of former 
Employers along with their addresses and telephone numbers. Bring 
extra copies of the resume, reference list, and any other documents 
that may be needed for the Intenlew. 

• Bring a copy of a favorite Inspirational quote, a Scripture verse or a 
favorite story to the Intenlew, read It, and focus on It just before meetr 
Ing with the recruiter. Any thought that will put the Intenlew Into per- 
spective Is appropriate. Although It seems Important at the time, (all- 
ure to get the job will not throw the universe out of alignment or cause 
any worldly calamity. That thought can be comforting. 
Finally, nervousness and complete calmness are not the only two 
options. There are various shades of gray between these two extremes. 
Since the ultimate relaxation, sleep, Is not prudent In an Intenlew, 
candidates need to balance the alertness that Is needed to answer the 



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Part time position 

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Base pay plus commission 



Call Card After 5pm 
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• Min. 1 Year Experience • Flexible Hours Necessary 

• 2nd Shift • Excellent Pay and Benefits 

Our business is expanding, Come grow with Vonco 

Fax Resume to Join at 847-356-2339 

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Library Clerk I. Part time clerical position, with circulation 

desk responsibilities Including patron check-out, typing, filing, 

materials reshelvlng, and other duties as assigned. High 

school diploma, and spelling and typing ability required. 

Sixteen to twenty hours per week, Including morning, 

altemoon, evening and weekend duty. $7.50 per hour starting 

wage. Contact Harry J. Bork, Librarian, 
Fox Lake District Library, < 

255 E. Grand Avenue, 
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or through Jhe company website at www jbouilntcgrlty.net. 

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ASSISTANT RETAIL MANAGER 

BOOT CORRAL (Gurnee Mills) 

Is western your style? Is customer service & sales your 
#1 priority? Boot Corral could be the place for youl 
Training to be successfull Selling Bonusesl Medical, Vision 
and Paid Prescription Insurance, 401 K, Pald-Holldays, Paid 
Vacations, Clothing Allowance, Employee Merchandise 
Discounts etc. 

Must have retail s; 

Sahm AssocJah Position Available Soon! 
Apply to Linda at 1-800-658-5420, Fax 605-342-0743 

RCC Western Stores, Inc. 

PO Box 1139 

Rapid City, SD 57709 

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Immediate opening for dependable & organized 
individual for.cntry level position! Must be able to 
multi-task. P/T flexible hours. 

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Bugsie's Mobile Dog Wash 
is in -Lake County! Wet'-are' 

currently looking for 
competent dog washers and 
groomers. If you have grooming 
or dog handling experience this 
could be the job for you! Clean 
driving record and knowledge of 
the Lake County Area required. 

Call Bob at 847-265-4132 

for immediate consideration! 



Lakeland Newspapetfs is looking for a full 

oc : part-time photographer 

with a flexible schedule. 

Open weekday availability 

is a must for either jposi- . 

tion. Full-time position will 

include some evening and 

weekend work; You'll cover spot 

news, features and sports, for all 11 of our 

newspapers across bike County. You must 
own a professional-quality digital camera. 




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portfolio. To be considered for this posi- 
tion, please mail resume and portfolio to: 

■np Lakeland Newspapers 
Attn: Marc Jenkins, Managing Editor 

30 S. Whitney St. 

Grayslake, IL 60030 

or e-mail resume and cover to: 

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positions in Fox Lake, Crystal 

Lako & Naporville. Starting pay 

fcnto &7.007hr. For moro Info cal 

^ytoslo at 708-430-3340 



CRAFTERS 
WANTED 

GRAYSLAKE HIGH 

SCHOOL CRAFT FAIR 

SAT. OCT 23, 

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We are looking for an aggressive and 
responsible person to own & operate their own 

delivery trucks/Low investment-excellent return. 
Super, security with a growing company. Don't 

wait, this could be your opportunity of a lifetimel 

Apply In Person At: 

MUNDELEIN 

Hwy 60 Just East of 
Hwy45 

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now hiring carpenters. \ 

847-395- 




DRIVER^ - COVENANT 

TRANSPORT. Teams, 

Teams, Teams. We need 
teams for the long haul. Own- 
er Operators, Experienced 
Drivers, Solos, Teams and* 
Graduate Students. Call 

(888)MORE-PAY(888-667- 
3729.). 



Concrete Construction Sales and Project 

Management 



Self motivated Project Manager for growing concrete 

construction company doing business primarily In Lake and 

McHenry Counties. Previous experience In construction 

project management is a must. Benefits Include attractive 

salary commensurate with experience, vehicle, expense 

allowance, 401 K, health. Duties Include sales, estimating, 

and project management of concrete footings and 
foundations and flatwork for residential and commercial 

projects. Send resume or work 
experience along with selary 






history In confidence to Bruce 

Church at: 

R/C Concrete 

Concepts, Inc. 

2502 Spring Ridge Dr., 

UnitD 

Spring Grove, IL 60081 

Fax 815-675-1736- 
or email your Information to 
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www.roehl.net. 

DRIVER/OWNER OPERA- 
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CDL-A; 1 year OTR. Call 
(800)473-6581. Apply online 
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AN OPPORTUNITY TO GET 
YOUR ATTENTION! Flatbed 
& van drivers, 2 yr T/T exp 
$50,000 Yearly Potential! 
High Weekly Miles. SMX 
(800)247-8040 

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Local area printing firm has an opening In our Pro-Press 

Dept. Qualified candidate must have exp. in IBM 

Windows Pagemaker, PhotoShop and basic data 

entry skills along with a willingness to work In a 

fast-paced environment. Proofreading skills a plus 

Excellent salary and benefit package available. Full 

and part-time positions available for multiple shifts. 

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or fax resume to: 847-244-7999 



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NO EXPERIENCE 

$500-31.000 part-time at 

home stuffing envelopes. 

For free Information send 

self-addressed, 

stamped envelope: 

R&J Enterprises 

Mailing Services, Inc. 

P.O. Box 402 • 

Ingleside, 111.60041. 



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LOOKING FOR 

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INDEPENDENCE? 

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Companies, on* of tho nation's 
largest Insurant* companies. A col* 
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GENERAL OFFICE 

Grayslake Office seeking 

full time Gen. office/ 
administrative clerk. Ideal 
candidate will possess good 
computer skills, organiza- 
tion & ability to multl task, 
preferably In an Insurance 
environment. Must be team 
player & goal oriented. We 
offer a full benefit package 
and competitive salary. 



Email resume to: 




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Paid for Your Driving Expl 
Late Model Equipment. Full 
Benefit Package, Bonuses, 
Tarp, Drop. Pickup & Holiday 
Payl 900 miles aveage LOH 
out 14 to 17 days. Call E.W. 
Wylie Todayl (877)967-7648. 
www.wylietrucklng.com. 



GOVERNMENT JOBSI 

WILDLIFE / Postal $13.21 to 

$48.00 per hour. Paid Train- 
ing. Full Benefits. No experi- 
ence necessary. Application & 
Exam Information. Toll Free 

(888)778-4266 oxt 151. 



FLATBED • OWNER OPERA- 
TORS Guaranteed Mileage 
Rates Average $.93 RPM 
company trailer. Average $.97 
RPM your trailer. Surcharge, 
base plate program addition- 
al. Weekly settlements, 
TrlpPak, Truck Insurance 
available. AVG trip length = 
900 miles. Call Lynn or Bill 

(877)967-7648 E.W. Wylle 

Corporation. 



Veterinary 
Technician 

Work in Fast Pace 

Environment Exp. in 

Veterinary Technician is 

a Required Field. Apply 

in Person, Fax or Mail 

your Resume to: 

MUNDELEIN ANIMAL 

HOSPITAL 

1133 W. MAPLE 

MUNDELEIN, IL 
8*7-566-5877 

NO PHONE CALLS 






Experience the 

Difference 

That Caring Makos, 

Experience Victory Lakes. 

MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT 

This 60 hr/pp position works 

1 1:30am-8pm and requires a valid 

driver's license You'll bo 
* responsible (or assisting tho 
onQlnoors; monitoring tho campus, 
buildings and grounds; assisting In 
emergency situations; and working 
with tho maintenance department 

on oqulpmont.malntononco. Will 

bo roqulrod to work 1 weekend 

por month. 

DIETARY ASSISTANTS 

Part time, ovonlngs In our Dietary 

Department. Good communication 

and organization skills and tho 

ability lo work quickly In a 

fast-paced environment required. 

Duties include dishwashing and 

gonoral food prop. 

HOUSEKEEPER 

Part Time, Days • 50hrs/pp . 
Exp In housekeeping roqulrod; 
Institutional oxp prolorrod. Must 

be oblo to write, road and 

communicate in English and use 

various cleaning equipment. 

Full benefits packogo available if 
you work at (oast 40 hrs. In a 
two-woek period. Ploaso call: 

847-356-4551, 

or apply in person at tho 

Continuing Care Center, 

1055 Grand Avenue 

(just east of Deep Lake 

Road), Undenhuret IL • 

Or aend resume to Fax: 

. 847-356-4599. 

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YOUR JOB OPPORTUNITIES 

Warehouse Staff 

Forkllft Operator 

Quality Control 

Assembly 

• Full Time Temp 
(Permanent Potential) 

• HS Qrador. 

Equivalent 

• Solid Track Record 

• Fluent in English 

• Can Lift Up to 50 Lbs 

• MEDICAL & DENTAL» 

For immediate 

consideration 

Fax: 847-734-9535, 

Email: ' 

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OFFICE MANAGER 

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HIGH ENERGY PEOPLE 
PERSON NEEDED WITH 

6 ARMS & 6 LEGS TO 

MANAGE BUSY 

CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE 

CALL: 1-877-222-25441 




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OWNER OPERATORS UP to 
$1.50 a mite for Tractors and 
$1.12 for Straight trucks. 
SIGN ON BONUS. Trl-State 
Expedited. Call (888)320- 
5424. 



P IMMEDIATE JOB VACANCY 

Antloch School district #34 seeks full-time Health Clerk. 
Require applicant to minimally have L.P.N licensing to work In 
school office maintaining student health records, dispensing 
medications and helping students who are ill or Injured. 

Rate of pay is $12.92 per hour. 
Apply by faxing a resume and letter of Interest or calling: 

Oakland Elementary School 

Attn: Stephanie Stoncbcrg 

22018 W. Grass Lake Rd 

Antloch, IL 60002 

Phone: 847-838-8610 Fax: 847-838-8604 • . 




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IUSPS2475" UP TO $29.16 
HOUR, APPLICATION/IN- 
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Discover unutilized talent. Join a team dedicated to 
client service and customer satisfaction. Lakeland Media 

is seeking goal orientated persons to take over and 
expand established business relationships. If you can 

consult and enjoy problem solving, you'll achieve 
personal and company goals working in a fast-paced, 
serious environment. Our positions are F/T or P/T with 

solid benefits. Previous telephone sales experience 

helpful, but not a must. We can train you for success. If 

you are ready for a challenge, contact.... 

MEDIA 

Phone: (847)223-8161 Fax: (847)223-2691 
Email: bobs@lakelandmedia.com 

or send resume to: 

P.O. Box 268 • Grayslake, IL 60030 

Attn: Bob Schroeder 



IDEAL GIFTS BY FRIENDLY 

has openings for party plan 
advisors. Call about our New 
Manager Program. Decor, 
Gilts, Toys, Cawsh, Trips. 
Recognition. (800)488-4875. 
www.frlendlyhome.com. 



LIMOUSINE DRIVERS, 

WILL TRAIN, MUST BE 

25 OR OLDER WITH 

GOOD DRIVING 

RECORD. DRUG TESTING 

CALL: 

847-740-9301 

ASK ABOUT OUR 

"DRIVE TO OWN" 

PROGRAM. 



QUIT LONG-HAUL. RUN re- 
gional and HAVE IT ALU 
S.38/PER MILE. Home week- 
ly! Newest equlpmentl Milesl 
Great Benefits! Everything. 

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(800)441-4953. 

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Truck Driving School. Call 

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RECEFnONlST-FULL TIME 

Bl-Llnqual position in our 

Gurnoo office. Heavy computer 

and phono work, patient 

scheduling and data Input. 

Excellent customor sorvico 

skills roqulrod. Mail or fax your 

resume, w/cover lottor 

indicating position applying 

for. in confide nco to: 

Northern Lake Medical, Ltd. 

103 S. Greenloat, Ste. J 

Gurnoe, IL 60031 

or by fax 647-623-9168 

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Certified. State funded food 
program, outdoor play- 
ground, educational activi- 
ties. ' Llndenhurst. Mar- 
yanne (847) 265-1702. 



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MYSTERY. SHOPPERS 
NEEDED. Get paid to pose as 
a customer in local stores. 
Flexible hours, e-mail re- 
quired (800)485-0954 ext 

5600. 



ORTHO/ DENTAL ASST. 
LIBERTYVILLE / LAKE 

FOREST ORTHO 

PRACTICE SEEKING 

QUALIFIED ASST. TO 

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GREAT HRS. / BENEFITS. 

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opportunities 



401 (k) savings plan 
Tuition reimbursement 

We prefer 1-2 years experience in Sales, Customer Service 
or Business. A 2-year secondary education is desired but not 
required. 

Rx immediate consideration, call Cindy.Garsori at $1 4-350-3447, 
fax resume to: 507 : 537-5061 , or e-mail to: 
cindy.garoon®ochwahB.com ! 'H? 

Qualified candidates must be at ■ 
least 21 years old, have a good 
driving 'record and a verifiable 
work history. EOE/AA 



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Full Time & Part Time 

Must have some cash 
handling experience 
and be willing to 
work retail hours. 



Thursday, Sept. 41 h 

Inside | ewe I Osco 

80S L Belvidere Road 

Grayslake, II 
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Group Representatives 

Uniforms Unlimited, Inc. is a 

loader In the direct mail ordor 

Industry specializing In uniforms 

and modical supplies. We are 

soaking highly motivated 

individuals with exceptional 
communication skills, PC literacy 

and tho ability to call on 

established accounts for special 

servicos. The hours for this entry 

levol position aro Monday • Friday, 

9:00 a.m to 5:30 p.m. We offer a 

base salary plus bonuses, profit 

sharing, major modical, and 

company paid benefits In a 

professional and friendly 

environment. Ploaso rospond to 

Karon Hoppel at: 

Uniforms Unlimited, Inc. 

700 Corporate Woods Parkway 

Vernon Hills, IL 60061 

Fax: 847-821 -8885 

Ph: 847-821-7755 

Email: hrOJoscouniform.com 

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505 N. Riverside Dr. #201 
Gurnoe. IL 60031 
CALL: 847-782-8282. 
www.247HCS.com n»l7\MMi<\ 



X-RAY TECH- EXPERI- 
ENCED TECH NEEDED 
FOR FULL-TIME POSI- 
TION IN BUSY INTERNAL 
MEDICINE PRACTICE 
LOCATED In GURNEE. 
A.R.R.T. REQUIRED. PO- 
SITION AVAILABLE THE 
END OF SEPTEMBER. 
MAIL OR FAX RESUME 
IN CONFIDENCE TO: 
ADMINISTRATOR,. 
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CAL, LTD.,103 S GREEN 
LEAF, STE. J, GURNEE IL 
60031 OR BY 
FAX (847-623-9168). 



FOX LAKE HOME \ 
DAYCARE 

1 FT/PT opening; .1 yr old & 

up.CPR/FirstAldCert.,Rers 

avail. For more info call: 

Laura: (847)973-2564. 



GRAYSLAKE HOME DAY- 
CARE Full or Part-time, flexi- 
ble schedule, ages 3 & olden 
First Aide r &* CPR Certified* 
Fenced yd., playroom, hot 
meals, snacks. (847)223 
2817, 



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ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE. 
Do you earn up to $800/day? 
Your- own local candy route. 
30 Machines and Candy. All 

for $9,995. (800)998-VEND 
Aln#B0213. 



SAVANNAH SPRINGS/LAKE 

VILLA MOM olfering loving 
care In a small group Jrtmos- 
phere, safe, happy * environ 
ment. Indoor/outdoor^play In 
our fenced yd. Educational 
activities & crafts. Meals in- 
cluded. FT/PT, ref. avail. Dlst. 

41 schools. (847)265-9532. 
WAUCONDA LICENCED 

DAYCARE Mom has 1 FT 
opening 7:30am to 5pm. 

(847)526-5969. 



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TTENTION TRUCK DRIV- 

ERSI. $500.00 Hiring Bonus 
for Illinois Traineesl Get Pre- 
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Earn $850/week Plus Bene- 
fits! (800)803-2991. 

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BE FINANCIALLY INDE- 
PENDENT. Minnesota Com- 
pany Needs Honest, Depend- 
able Person. Rostock 
Retall/Commercialr.-vAGQonnts^ » 
with Name Brand Products.' 4- 
6 hrs/wk. Earn $50,000 Po- 
tential. $8,900 jnyestment 
Good, Credit - Financing Avail- 
able: (800)463-6678$ V> & £ 



FREE TUTORING!! 

SIONS K-3. Antioch and Rt. 
83. Certified teacher. Call Re- 
glna (847)838-9711. 



If unable to attend, 
you can forward your 

resume to: 
mbuchana@lcfbank.com 

Fax?81 5-444-621 8; 

Employment Hotline: 
866-WORK-TCF. 

















Your Passion for sales 

is as Big as your 

career potential? — 

You love selling almost as 

much as you love people?' 

Your retail experience 

[ provides you with the 

necessary know-how, and 

your strong leadership skills 

help you drive home the 

sale. 
Join us & receive: 

Top Pay 

Medical & Dental 
benefits . 
Vacation pay 
Dynamic work 
environment 

'•-'< Stop by: 

Cracker Barrel 
5706 Northrldge 
Gurnee, IL 60031 



TOLLTIME/PWpilE; 

Make your own nours. 
•Earn $$!• & 

Call Karen at 

" 847-922-4835 
for details. 

Intimate Treasures Inc, 



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TtJTE, INC. Nevada; Missou- 
ri. 'become a Certified Pipe 
and Structural Welder. Earn 
top. pay. in 18 weeks. Many 
companies seed our gradu- 
ates (800)867-5885. 



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MUSIC LESSONS Would you/ 

like to learn how to Improve' 
your singing, playing, planpS 
clarinet, trombone, flute, sax- 
ophone, trumpet, f ranch horn, 

Oboe, etc. (224) 577-8463. 






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HIRING: 2003 Postal Jobs 

$14.80-$36.00/hour. 'Federal 
Hire with Full Benefits. 'No 
experience -" Necessary/Paid 
Training and Vacations. ■■ 
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(800)620-1401 ext 4001. 



NOW ACCEPTING NEW 

PIANO STUDENTS. Teacher 
w/30+yrs. experience. Please 

call. (847)623-1 154/ 



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JUICE, BAR/CAFE , ^OR 

LEASE fully.equlpped,' opera- ' 
tion manuals, recipes, etc. 

Outdoor patio. Downtown 
Grayslake. . 

(224)577-9043 



PIANO .LESSONS: 15+YRS. 
Exp., w/BM Degree. - Child & * 
adults. Poss; In home. Anla 

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Dolores (847)838-2651.' 



GE' REFRIGERATOR, 7 

WHITE, r 24i c'u.fl.; rslde-by- 
side, water/ice In door, per: 
feet, $395/best. 

Macintosh Performs. 405 
PC, -14" monitor, enhanced 
keyboard, extensive software, 
hardly used, $225/best. 

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Mon., Aug. 25 thru 

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11am-9pm. dally. 

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Can deliver. 

(630)675-9408. 



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COLORED BEDROOM SET, 
5 pieces, queen bed, night- 
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$1,200. 1960's oak boys bed- 
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twin bed, nightstand, foot 
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BRITTANY AKC DUAL quality 
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w/pad&tray. $50. 

Dog Carrier 24x1 8x1 8(med 

dog15-20lbs) S35. 

(847)548-8424. 

GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS 

AKC, German Blood Lines, 
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SIX MONTH OLD MALE Call- 
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pan and litter, full bale of bed- 
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Please call (847) 573-0303, 
leave message. 



SAND BLAST EQUIPMENT 
FOR SALE 600lb. Clemco 

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2in. hose with 25ft. 1in. width 
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drill press, 1/2hp, $65. Jet 10" 
table saw with dust collector, 
4yrs. old, $700. Delta 12" 
portable planer, $150. Delta 
table top router, best offer. 
Ramset piston type fastening 
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(847) 973-2571, after 5:30pm. 



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LARGEST Garage Sale 
Ever. Saturday, August 30 
8-5pm. Waukegan Down- 
town Parking Garage, 
30 N. Sheridan. 



FREE DININGROOM SET. 
Dark wood wTbench seat & 3 
chairs. Free to good home. 

(847) 770-1260. 

FULL SIZE HEADBOARD- 
WALL mount, honey oak ve- 
neer, built-in light, with 
shelves. Like new! Best offer! 

Call (847) 265-6990. 



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AFTER YOU'VE HAD YOUR 

BIG SALE, and there Is still 
things that just did not go.... 

Call us at LAKELAND News- 
papers and run it under the 
"FREE or Giveaways" classi- 
fied, column. FREE ADS are 

NO CHARGE! (847) 

223^8161, ext. 191. ■" 






HORSES 

SEVERAL TRAIL. 

AND/OR COMPAINION 

HORSES AVAILABLE TO 

GOOD HOMES ALL 

UNDER $1,000 

(847)550-1951 



MATCHING SOFA, LOVE- 
SEAT & CHAIR, great condi- 
tion. Slip covers Included. 

(815)728-9768. 



Table w/4 chairs and 
matching china cabinet 
with glass doors. Tho 
wood color Is blonde. 

$600 o.b.o. 

■ CladdaghRlng-$100 

■ Anniversary Rlng-$1 50 

■ Prlnter-$60 

■ Scanner-$50 
i Entertainment Center 
w/glass doors & 

swivel top-$250 
Call 847-970-7511 



FOR SALE 

The Look & 

Quality of New... 

The Price of Used! 

72" Dinlne Room Set 
with 6 Hief) Backed 
Black Cloth Chairs. 

Must Seel Best offer. 
Cad for Appt. 

847-587-7854 



BUY OR SELL trumpets, sax- 
ophones, trombones, clari- 
nets, flutes, trench horns, 
oboes, pianos, electric pia- 
nos, etc. (224) 577-8463. 

CUSTOM MAPLE DRUMS 3- 

plece set: hl-tom, low torn, 
Base drum, $1 ,000/best. 

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CLEAN & CHECK 

FURNACE SPECIAL 

$49 

(parts extra) 

A/C, sheet metal, new 

construction, humidifiers 

Work performed evenings 

& weekends; 

Two States Heating. 

Call Gary. 

(847)845-9055. ' 



Pets & Supplies 



ADORABLE PETS 
AT BEST PETS, LTD. 

Adorable... 

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Chlhahuah, Golden Re- 
triever, Lassa Apso, Cairn 
Terrier, Yorkle, Corgle, Choc- 
olate Lab, Italian Greyhound, 
Paplion. And medium mixed 

breeds. 

KITTENS. 

Birds, saltwater fish. All our 

puppies Vet checked, health 

guaranteed. 

Specialized boarding. 

Grooming available. 

(847)838-BEST. 

M-F9am-7pm. 
Sat. 9am-6pm. 
Closed Sunday. 



Hi! i 

My name is Sir Winston, named after 

a great leader, or so I'm told. I'm four 
years old and love to eat, take long 
I walks, hide my toys, and keep my eye 
I out for the good lookin* girl dogs in the 
neighborhood. 



Have your pet featured in the Lakeland 

Newspaper for free! 
Call 847-223-8161 for more information! 



NOW TAKING STALL 
BOARDING, $265 includes 

"dally turnout, Individual feed 
care, Indoor and outdoor are- 
na. Taking some, pasture 
boarders, starting -at $150. Al- 
so some, horses for. sale. 

(262)878-1550. 




MODEL SHIPS...ALL LARGE 

SIZE. Tugboats, schooner, 
fishing trawler, sail boats, an- 
tique Spanish galleons. FOR 

SALE PRICES $60-$500. 
(262)249-9695. 



RED«|DUNN QUARTER 

HORSE 5yr. old, male/geld- 
dnfl'fijias: papers, 15 hand§, 

$2,500. (262)857-6639. 









Firewood 
Season. 
Mixed & 
Hardwood 

WE DELIVER 

STACK IT FOF 

FREEH! 

(847)845-8027 

pager 

(847) 369 



NEED DENTURES? 

New dentures available In just 
one day for $650/set, 



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available. 
Call Dr. Richard Lin 

(847)872-3041. 



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AKC PUPS 

Basset, Beagle, Border Collie, 

Cocker Spaniel, Chow, 
Collies, Dachshund, Huskies, 
Keeshond, Lab, Lhasa Apso, 
Pom. Shlpperke, Schnauzer, 
Springer Spaniel, • 
Welmaraner. 
Terriers: Australian, Calm, 
Rat; Scottle, Westle, Yorkie. 
Fox: Smooth, Wire. Toy. 
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Homes For Sale 



SO DOWN HOMES! No Rent! 
Tax Repos & Foreclosures! 
Low or SODown. No Credit 
OK. For Listings. (800)601- 
1777 Ext 8308. 



ANTIOCH-5000 SQ.FT., NO 
BANK QUALIFYING/OWN- 
ER WILL FINANCE. 10% DN. 
7% INTERESTor $10,000 
back for closing CASH. Huge 
great rm/dining rm w/cathe- 
dral ceilings & 5 skylights 
overlooks 75' deck w/4 slid- 
ers. Open kitchen w/52 cabi- 
net doors, skylight, & walk-in 
pantry. Master bd(26x22) 
w/sliders to hottub on deck, 
walk-In master ba. w/double 
shower heads, Italian marble, 
jets etc: 6* wide open stair- 
case dn to 26x18 FR w/ FP, 
30' bar, 4 sliders to 75' patio. 
Kitchen w/breakfast bar. 
22x22 bd, 3rd bd/office. Lg. 
2nd ba. w/huge garden tub, 
shower, double sinks. 1.5 ac 
by 'lake. $475,000. (847)587- 

0839 



•M BUY HOUSES'* 

I will buy or lease your house. 
Any condition. 

(815)405-9675. 

3 BEDROOM RANCH w/lake 
rights, 2c gar, basement, 3 
huge lots, cent, air, Irplc, oak 
cabinets & oak thru out the 
house. Call 847-980-8930. 



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ABSOLUTE MUST SEE! 

Priced for quick sale. Close to 
Naval Base. 3-bd., 2-ba., 2- 
car gar., S1 37500. By appt. 
Call James (847) 374-9377 
CBS Realtors. 

ADORABLE 2YR. NEW 2-bd.. 
1-1/2 ba., loft & spacious back 
yd. Lake Villa schools. 

(847)740-2826. 



ANTIOCH-LAKEFRONT 
CHAIN NEWER QUALITY 
CONSTRUCTED, MAINTE- 
NANCE FREE BRICK 
RANCH ON 2.3 acres. 
3bd/2ba, 2 car att & 3 car de- 
tached garages, stone FP, 
decks, concrete seawall. 
Much, much more. $569,000. 
(847)395-0501. 

BEACH PARK RENT to own 

2 bed, large fenced yard ga- 
rage with office great neigh- 
borhood. (847)587-0839 



ANTIOCH $540,000 

MAGNIFICENT 4.7 acre 

proporty w/equestrian 

possiblitlesl Beautiful 

homo features 
4bd/4.5ba.Mstflmslr 

sto* whlrplMngrd 

pool'hugo.dock'sun rm 

w/hot tub'gourmot 

klfpond '3 car gar' 

V-Tour www.barbh.com 

RE/MAX Exports 

(847)353-7655 

Barb Hibnick. 



ANTIOCH AREA-3BD YR 
round Cottage. 2 Lots, 1 .5 car 
gar., 2 acre beach & boat 
launch on Chain O'Lakes 
w/association dues. 

(847)973-2688. 



BEACH PARK-FSBO 37455 
FOREST DR. 3lvls w/walk- 
out bsmt, 20x30 patio, part 
scrnd. 3bd/3ba, 2 full kits, 3- 
car gar w/in-law apt above. 
On 1-acre scld lot & cul-de- 
sac, much morel. $369,900. 
(847)623-0816. 

BEHIND IN PAYMENTS? 
, NEED TO SELL FAST? 
WE CAN HELP. ANY' " 
CONDITION CONSIDERED. 
' FAST CLOSINGS. 
847-612-6393 



ANTIOCH-1YRNEW 

3BD/2BA, split/quad on 

Preserve'. See: 

www.buyowner.com #237 

728 Creek Bend Ln 

(847)838-6107. 



BUFFALO GROVE-FSBO 
4BD/2BA, Split-level, quiet 
cul-de-sac, near good 
schools, many upgrades; 
Come tour the park-like yd. 

$305,000. 

(847)537-7015. . 

CRYSTAL LAKE-1 YR new 

Ranch. 3bd/2ba, 3 car gar, 

English bsmt. Wooded lot. 

$459,000. 

Ask for Christine Hauck 

(815)347-9217 

Century 21 Care 
www.realtorchristine.com. 



HOME FOR SALE 
AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 

Lovely 2bd Ranch on lg lot 

within blks of downtown 

Grayslake. Huge LR, w/view 

to big private backyard & 

mature trees. Newly 

remodeled kitchen w/oak 

cabinets. Newly resurfaced 

roof, real cedar siding, hrdwd 

doors throughout. C/A, att 

overszd garage, Grayslake 

School District. A well made 

home. Originally built for yr 

round living, NOT a converted 

summer cottage. Must see to 

appreciate! Price to sell 

quickly. $159,900. . 

CALL FOR DETAILS 

(847)740-5314. 



FSBO-CLOSETO 

ILLINOIS/WISCONSIN bor- 
der. Custom brick/aluminum 
2-sty in Mission Hills SubDiv. 
Approx. 2,300 sq.ft. LR, eat-in 
kitchen, formal DR, FR w/ gas 

FP & vaulted ceiling, 
3bd/2.5ba, 9* ceiling first level, 

first fir laundry, master bd 

w/cathedral ceiling & whirlpool 

suite. W/3car garage. 

Roducod: $317,900. 

Call Cory or Sarah 
(262)694-1116 for appoint 




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Meet 1st Wednesday of 

Every Month in McHenry 
at7pm-9pm 

For More Info. Call Gladys 
AJ$8$fc*<& 815.363-0233 

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Homes For Sale 




FSBOl 
FRESHLY UPDATED 

Tri-level home that has 

been meticulously 

maintained w/tremen- 

dous attention to 

detail. This home has an 

inviting & spacious 

layout that includes 3 lg 

bd/2ba, fnshd bsmnt, 

tons of storage, 2.5 car 
det gar., & is beautifully 
landscaped. Within 
walking distance to 
schools, parks, bike 
paths, pool, library & . 
shopping in downtown 

Grayslake. 

You must see the long 

list of updates on this 

impeccable homel 

Asking $213,500. 

Phone (847)548-1336 or 

(847)401-1557. 



Homes For Sale 



GRAYSLAKE TOWNHOME 
COLLEGE TRAIL, 2-bd. + 
loft, 1.5 ba., fin. bonusroom, 
2-car gar., grt.foc. $171,900. 
Shown by appt. Open House, 
Sun. 12-4pm. 925 Manches- 
ter Circle. (847)548-8177. 




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JOHNSBURG SCHOOLS 

2017W.OakleafDr 

3bd/2ba Raised Ranch 

w/pool, fnshd bsmt, walking 

distance to 3 schools. 

$179,900. 
(815)344-3215. 





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number. ... KM0-Z0-Z3679-1 $M0- 

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GRAYSLAKE-3BD/2.5BA. IN 

DESIRABLE College Trails 
Sub div. Features open floor 
plan w/vaulted & cath ceilings, 
maple flooring & ceramic 
master bath, tons of storage & 
closet space. Private fenced- 
in back yd., att garage, lots of 
upgrades. $210,000. 

(847)548-1068. 




GINSBERG & ASSOCIATES 

PRIVATE REAL ESTATE 

INVESTORS 

Own your own home 
with a small down payment 
wo offer leaso w/option to 
buy & land contract, 
contracts for deed 
purchases. Or use your 
own financing. Down pay- 
ment w/ Good Credit or 
10% down w/bad credit. No 
bank qualifying and wo will 
carry the financing. All 
credit considered. 
We help peoplo who can- 
not qualify for a mortgage, 
but havo a 10% down py. 
Then we sell It back to you 
at closing, and we carry tho 
mortgage. Wo always havo 
several 3-bds., 2-ba., 2-car 

gar., homos In the 

Chain O'Lakos areas, Lako 

& McHenry Counties. 

tf you ore behind In your 

mortgage payments, or 

neod to sell your home but 

can't got out your equity; 

• * wo buy houses. 

* Leaso w/optlon to 

purchase 
'Contract for Deed 

•Direct Purchase 

•Land Contracts 

• Rentals 

Call Scott 

(847)293-2000 Today. 

WE'RE HERE TO HELP. 



GRAYSLAKE/CHESAPEAKE 

FARMS 
3BD/2BARanch w/vaulted 
ceilings, FP, open II. plan & 
bsmt. $228,000. 

(847)548-1679 

GRAYSLAKE/ESTATES OF 
EAST LAKE- 4-bd., den. 2- 
1/2 ba., fin. bsmt., 5th bdr., lg. 
kit., new appls., lg. master- 
bedroom, landscaped yd., 
many extras, $364,900. 
Balrd & Warner 
Call Cindy Evangolldos 

(847)542-8911: 



KENOSHA WISC. RAISED 
ranch, 2600sq.lt., 4-bd. possi- 
ble 5th, vaulted ceilings, 6 
panel oak doors and trim, 2 
frpls., 3-car gar. Located on 
quiet, dead-end street. 

$260,000. ( 262)694-7558. 
LACROSSE, WISC. AREA, 

new home, on 38 wooded 
acres, w/trout stream. 

$195,000. (847)587-6544. 

LAKE FOREST HOME For 

Salo-3bd/l.5ba, 1 car gar, 1.5 

acres of land, $600,000 on : 

1345 Telegraph Rd 

Lake ForoJit, II 60045 

(847)571-3914. 



GREAT 2BD/1BA STARTER 

Home in Paddock Lake, full 
bsmt, 2.5 car garage, lg mas- 
ter bd w/walk-in closet, roof & 
siding only 2yrs old, city sew- 
er & water. $122,000. 
(262)843-9329. 



LAKE VILLA 4-BD., 2.1 ba., 

almost 2,000sq.ft. home, lg. 
familyroom, bsmt., Irpl., lg. 
closets & more. Nice size yd. 
w/beautiful screened In porch, 
hrdwd firs, in kit. & entry. Lake 
Villa/Grayslake • Schools. 

$243,900. (847)548-5233. 
LAKE VILLA WATERFRONT 

4bd/2.5ba, full bsmnt. Gray- 
slake schools. Low $200's. 
(847)223-1405 

lasters Ln. 




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GURNEE PREMIER INTERI- 
OR & CORNER LOT in desir- 
able Washington Park. 4-bd., 
2-full bas., (2) 1/2 bas., 2-1/2 
car gar., formal dining, de- 
upgrades, master 



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suite, professionally fin. bsmt.. tt uuauH ; UaD ..n..w.,M 

.,& lush landscaping. $359,500 . w / d j ne tte, fomal Dr,.FR;:Recr. 
^.,, ^.-t- e.«:„ t/«« rt «„.* rrn , 2/FP's & Hrdwd Firs. 



LAKE VILLA/CHAIN 
O'LAKES 

PETITE LAKE WATER- 
FRONT * ' 

Custom Hillside Ranch. 

Brick/vinyl, public sewer, com' 

pletely updated. 3bd/2ba, 

attached 2.5 garage. 61 ■ 

waterfront w/steel seawall , 

piers & boatho use. Kitchen 



MCHENRY SUPER 2 story 
w/fin. bsmt., 3-bd., 2-1/2 ba., 
all appls., C/A, fam. rm., rec. 
rm., loft, big kit., 2-1/2 car 
gar., $245,900. Century 21 
Care, Carol (815) 344-4240. 




Call Craig Stein, Koenig"& 
StreyGMAC (847) 624-6184. 






GURNEE RAVINIA WOODS 
Shows like a model. Designer 
decorated. Hardwood llrs., 4- 
bd., 2.5 ba., 3-car gar., pro- 
fessionally landscaped, 
1/3+acre, cul-de-sac, • 2-story 
foyer, familyroom, llvingroom 
separated by cat walk & see 
thru marble trpl. & more. 

$345,900.(847)548-7418. 



$499,900 
(847)356-6725 

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GINSBERG & ASSOCIATES 

PRIVATE REAL ESTATE 

INVESTORS. 

JOHNSBURG raised ranch, 
4-bd., 1-1/2 ba., gar., C/A, 
$175,000. Owner w/linance 
w/your 10% down, or pur- 
chase outright @ $175,000. 
ANTIOCH 3BR single family 
home. Located on 1/2 acre. 
26325 Grapevine (59'to 173 
W to Lake Ave. N to Grape- 
vine). Handyman special, fix- 
er-upper. Owner will carry fi- 
nancing. Price reduced to 
$89,000 w/only $8,000 down. 
No need to qualify. Price re- 
duced. $30,000 below fair 
market value. 
Great Investment. 

ANTIOCH CHANNEL FRONT 
TO THE CHAIN.42326 Willow 

(Lake Ave. to Willow W). 

3-bd., 1-1/2 ba., 1.5 car 

. gar/shed, Move in and bring 
your boat. Price reduced to 

• $130,000. No need to qualify, 
• owner will finance w/only 
$10,000 down. 

Scott 
(847)293-2000. 



GURNEE SCHOOLS-FSBO 

254K Model Home-upgraded 
2 sty, 3BR, 2.5ba, hdwd firs, 

cthdl clngs, fnshd bsmt, 

prof Indscp (L) deck, gazebo, 

hot tub; 3283 Country Ln @ 

Mid Lane CC: 847-662- 

6582 



GURNEE SCHOOLS-WADS- 
WORTH 

BY Midlane Golf Course 
4bd/3ba, 1st fl den, & Indry 
rm, vaulted clngs, bay win- 
dows, hrdwd fls. Mstr bdrm 
w/walk-in cist & whlpl ba. 3 
car gar, huge deck, lg lot. 1 
owner and lots of upgrades. 

$304,500. (847)336-3505. 

" HOME FOR SALE 

4813 Crest Court 

Waukegan 

West of Midlane Country Club 

2sty, 3bd/2.5ba & much morel 

Gurnee schools, asking 

$239,900. 

Call (847)244-6640. 



LAKEMOOR WILDLIFE IN 
YOUR BACKYARD. Vacation 
at home. 4-bd., 2.5 ba., gour- 
met kit., loads of upgrades, 
custom blinds, prof, landscap- 
ed, huge brick patio, 

$319,000.(815)759-9570. 

LET YOUR BHA PAY FOR 
YOUR HOME. GREAT LO- 
CATION! Ideal for commut- 
ersl You'll love the quick & 
easy access to I-94 from Hwy. 
50 Kenosha exit. 6610 99th 
Ave.,- Kenosha Wi„ White 
caps Sub. Kenosha F.S.B.O. 
3-bd., 1-1/2 ba., familyroom 
w/frpl., full bsmt., 2-car gar. 
Directly across the street from 
the park w/a lighted tennis 
court, basketball court, base- 
ball fietd, playground. Great 
school dist., and good neigh- 
bors. $187,000. By appt. 

(847)791-0045. 
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MCHENRY-5.77 ACRES, 
HILLSIDE Ranch. 5bd/4.5ba, 
2FP's,5 car gar., 30'x50' Pole 
barn, greenhouse. Secluded. 

$519,000. 

Ask for Christine Hauck 

(815)347-9217. 

Century 21 Care 
; www.realldrchcistine.com., 

MCHENRY-WALK-OUT 

RANCH. COMPLETELY 

Wooded 1 .25 acres. 

' 4bd/2.5ba, 2FP's, 3 car gar. 

Luxurious Master Suite. 

$379,000. 

Ask for Christine Hauck 

(815)347-9217. 

Century 21 Care 
www.realtorchristine.com. 



PELL LAKE, W 

Newly remodeled 2bb* home, 

new roof, windows, shed 

siding. Ready to live In. All 

new applia's incl'd'g laundry 

rm. 1.5 car gar. on lg corner 

lot. $110,000. 

(262)279-9608. ,p 




PLEASANT PRAIRIE Wl.,- 

3MIS From IL/WI border. 2yr 
new 4bd/2.5ba, 2-sty w/over 

2000 sqft. 24x24 garage, lg 

lot, full bsmt, many upgrades. 
Great Schools r & low<iaxes. 
Under 25 min's from GLNTC 

$224,900. (262)942-4066. 





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MUNDELEIN 4-BD., 2-BA., 

huge lot w/mature oaks, water 
rights, ready to move in. 
$225,000. Molidor Realty 
(847)927-9114. 

MUNDELEIN-2BD/2.5BA; 2.5 

CAR gar. Must see, lots of up- 
grades. $181,500. (847)566- 

9219. 



QUIET STREET CLOSE to 

Navy Base. 3-bd., 2-ba. 
BRICK-Tri-level, 2-car att. 
gar. w/remote, lg. familyroom, 
C/A, all appls. stay. 
$149,900. 
CALL: Cynthia Peterson 
Caldwell Bankers 

(847)465-4919. 






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FORECLOSURES 
Antioch3bd105K 

Fox Lake 2bd 1 1 3K 
Hainesville 3bd 88K 
Lake Villa 2bd1 41 K 
North Chicago 2bd 58K 
Round Lake 4bd 92K 
Waukegan 4bd 88K 
Zion3bd93K 
And Many More 

Homes & Areas 

NCL Realty (847)401-3700. 




INGLESIDE-COMPLETLY 
REMODELED RANCH 

w/Long Lake water rights. 
3bd/1ba, FP, 2 car gar, . 
fenced yd. $149,000. 
Ask for Christine Hauck 

(815)347-9217 

Century 21 Care 
www.realtorchristine.com. . 



* LINDENHURST 
IMMACULATE 4BD/2BA, 

QuadLvl. FamRm w/FP 

& Granite Dry Bar, 2.5 car 

htd gar., 2 tier deck 

w/Frnch drs from Mstr 

BDR ovlkng Lg Indscpd 

yd. w/Rainbow Playset 

area. Newer roof & C/A, 

new windows throughout. 

Goregous, must see I 

. $239,900. ' 

Contact Frank Lund 
RE/Max Grand 
(847)309-2100. . 



MUNDELEIN-FSBO 
MOVE-IN CONDITION. 

Totally new renovation. 
2bdM w/loft, 1ba, 

C/A, all new 

appli's., det gar., on 

corner lot. Nicely 

landscaped. 

100% finance avail. 

1 yr Home Warranty. 

$249,000. 

(847)918-8084. 







MUNDELEIN/TULLAMORE 

SUB DIV.- w/nghbrhd pool, 
exc. schl dist., 4BR/2.5BA, 
LR, DR, FAM RM, fnsd bsmt, 
w/wrk rm, 2-car gar.. 

$31 BjOOO. (847)951 -6283. 

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RE/MAX GRAND 

WE KNOW YOUR 

NEIGHBORHOOD 

847-587-8200 

Fox Lake/I ngleside 

847-356-8212 

Lake Villa/Lindenhurst 

847-395-8222 Antloch 
847-740-8201 

Round Lake, 

815-344-8293,. 

McHehry/Plslakee ,J " 
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| ' ^BUYING OR 
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home, fully rented, positive 
cash flow. New tear off roof, 
furnace; water heater, newly 
remodeled. $125,000. (847) 

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GRAYSLAKE LAKEFRONT- 
(SADDLEBROOK FARMS), 
Ranch, 1638 sqft., 2bd/2ba, 
• skylights, kit., eating area, LR, 
DR & sunrm. Huge wooden 
deck, 2.5 car htd gar. Mature 
shrubbery & lots morel 

S235K. Call (630)529-0734. 
GURNEE 3-BD., 2-1/2 ba., 

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JOHNSBURG F.S.B.O. Very 
ur)ic\ue.|iome on 1/2 allo- 
cated on quiet., dead end 
street. 3-bd., "2.5-ba;, 3-car' 
gar., 4 levels of j living space^ 
Hot tub room w/wet bar, bar & 
fp. In basement. Too much to 
list. Exc. Johnsburg schools. 
Come see this beautiful home 
listed at $289,000. OPEN 
HOUSE,, , Sun,, .July 20 1- 
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.INDENHURST $199,500. 3- 

BD., 1.5 ba. bi-tevel, w/hdwd. 
firs., oak railings, many up- 
grades, new' furnace C/A/C,' 
siding, windows, gutters, 
fence & driveway, 2-car gar., 
fenced yd. w/shed. Call for 
appt. (847)356-1902, (847) 
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OPEN HOUSE A , , 
SUN-AUG 3' RD/1-4PM 
2307 ROLLING RIDGE, 

LINDENHURST 4BD/2.5BA. 

NEW carpet/tile, recently re- 
7 modeled. Fenced-in yd. 2.5 
att. garage. $245,000. 

(847)356-1478. 



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L-SHAPED Ranch w/2.5 

car. att;; gar., on 1.75 acs. 
3bd/l ,5ba, new carpeting 
throughout. Nice quiet 
neighborhood, near State- 
line. $239,000 JC_ 
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ROUND LAKE 
(INGLESIDE) 

4bdr/2.5ba, 2-car garage, (ul 

bsmnt. Big Hollow Schools. 

$259,500. 

(847)546-0409. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH LG 3- 

bdr house w/luil bsmt. 6 car 
parking, couple thousand 
back at closing will build you a 
nice gar. New siding, kitchen, 
bath,' roof. Pergo floors, oak 
cabinets. Close to everything, 
must seel ASKING SI 39.900. 
Call (or details. (847)845- 
1125-Michelle. 




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ISLAND LAKE 

Cute1bdr.,+ loft. 

S875/mo + sec dep. 

New carpet/paint &* kitchen. 

A/C. No pets, Ig yd. 

(815)404-6383 
(81 5)455-5039. 



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2BR, 1BA, bsmt, parking 

825/mo + sec & lease. 

Ref's, avail 9/1 

847-612-2803 or 

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LOOKING FOR HOUSES 

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Can close quickly. 

(847)612-6393 

Bob or Jennifer. 

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VOLO 4 LARGE bd. Colonial, 
1/2 acre lot,. full bsmt., C/A, 
exc. cpnd/& location. 27570 
Volo Village Rd. Currently an- 
tique shop, zoned commer- 
cial. 3255,000. Call Joyce 

(815)759-1330. 

•WATERFRONT 

603 Monterrey Terrace 

Fox Lake 

Beautiful 3bd/2.5ba, 2.5 car 

gar. 3 decks, shed, boat slip & 

pier; 2 lots, $350,000. 

(847)731-6511. 









LAKE VILLA HOUSE 
FOR RENT 4-BR..2-BA, 

Ig. family room, 2 wood 

- burning fireplaces, ait. 

2-car gar. Pet3 0K. 

S1,575/mo. + sec. Avail. 

9/1. Bring your HORSESI 

Barn & pasture also for rent. 

(773)286-7995 

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169,900 INGLESIDE/FOX 

LAKE Newer waterfront 
townhome for sale. 2-bd., 1- 
1/2 ba., loft, skylights, frpl., 
ceramic tile & much more. For 
more info call (847)546*8021 
or go to: 




LAKEFRONT HOME GRAY- 
SLAKE Schools! 2-bd., cen- 
tral air, frpl., fenced yd., shed, 
washer/dryer, Ig. .deck* 
$1,000/mo. + sec. dep. 1yr. 
lease or short term rental pos- 
sible.- ■Av&K; 9/1. (847) 530- 
4594, (847) 370-9330 leave 

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WAUCONDA COUNTRY 

RIDGE SUB., ranch, 1. owner, 
full tin. bsmt., 4-bd.. 2-1/2 ba., 
laundry main. level, 2-1/2 car 
heated gar., vaulted ceilings, 

$235,000. (847)487-4697. 
WAUKEGAN HOME COZY 3- 

BD., 1-ba., frpl., eat-In kit., 
det. gar, fenced-in yd., appls. 
negotiable. Quiet neighbor- 
hood,, mature trees, walk to 
shopping. Move on in. Little 
TLC needed. Appraised @ 
$125,000. asking S1 13.000. 
(847)548-4453. 



LAKEFRONT HOUSE FOR 

Rent. 2bd, 2 car gar., pier on 
Long Lake. $11 00/mo. 

25124 Lake Shore Dr. 
(847)445-1504. 

LAKEMOOR NEW DUPLEX. 

3-bd.. 1-1/2 ba., gar., A/C. 

$1.250/mo. (847)526-3923. 
ROUND LAKE BEACH 2-bd., 

1-ba., 2-fmlyrms., Cape Cod, 
w/appls., $975/mo. + $975 
sec. & $30 credit ck. Incls. 
garbage p/u. Avail, late Sep. 

Section 8 OK. (847)740-8945. 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 
LAKEFRONT 3-4 bd., 2-ba., 
bsmt., tamilyroom, frpl., A/C, 
fenced yd., gar,„^0 PETSt 
S1.2007md. Avail. 9/1. 
(847)265-1103. 



ROUND LAKE PARK, 

4 bedroom, 2 bath. 

newly remodeled 

w/deck. Near Lake. In 

a quiet neighborhood. 

Near train. Must see 

to appreciate! 
10/1/2003. $11 00/mo. 
No Section 8 Please. 

847-845-8773 



BEAUTIFUL REMODELED 
2BD/1.5BA. Kitchen w/new 
Cabinets, appli's, ceramic firs, 
new carpeting, ceiling fans in 
bdr's & Kit., C/A', 1 .5 car gar. 
Close to shopping. $975/mo. 

(847)265-8233. 

BY OWNER VERNON HILLS 

Condo-3rd floor. 2bdr/1.5bth, 
Ig updated kitchen, living 
rm/dining rm, all appli. 

$132,900.(847)970-0774. 
CONDO FOR SALE 

Vernon . Hills-3bd/1 ba w/att 
gar., ' C/A, all appli's. 

$139,000.(847)343-6449 or 
(847)680-8225. 

FOR* RENT W/OPTION 
Townhome in Gumee 
3bd/2.5ba, 2-car gar. No pets. 
Avail. Immed. $1550/mo + 
sec dep. (847)363-2470. 



GURNEE SPACIOUS 

TOWNHOME Brldlowood 
Sub. 2-bd., 2-1/2 ba., frpl., 1.5 
car gar.- F.S.B.O. $164,900. 
(847)855-8737. 

HAINESVILLE BRAND NEW 
TOWNHOME 2-bd., 1-ba., 
brkfst. bar, balcony, end unit. 
Vltd. ceilings, all appls., 2-car 
gar., English bsmt. Cat/dog 
OK. Garb. & water incl. 
$1,295/mo. + dep. & credit 
check. Call (847)987-7668. 

LAKEMOOR TOWNHOUSE 

BRAND new spacious luxury, 
3bd/1.5ba, loft, A/C, all ap- 
pli's, W/D, 2-c gar, window 
treatments. Exc location. 

$1395/mo. (847)977-3552. 
LAKEVIEW CONDO 

Boating, Pool, Tennis. 

- All new remodeled kit., 

2-bd., 1-ba., gar/storagerm. 

Furnished (except bd). 

Asking $139,000. 

OPEN HOUSE 

Sat 8/30 & Sun. 8/31. 

11om-5pm. 

10MlneolaRd. 

Fox Lake. 

(847)587-7477. 



SPACIOUS, BRIGHT, NEW 

Grayslake Townhouse, 

2bd/2ba raised ranch. Lg 
deck offers wooded view, up- 
grades throughout kitchen, liv- 
ing rm & dining rm, 2 stall ga- 
rage. $184,900. 

(847)362-0640. ' 

STEVENS POINT ,WI 
NEW DUPLEX 

3bd/3ba, Oak cabinets, doors, 

appli's, FP. 

1169,900 CQLUDiL 
(715)344-4205. 



LOCATED ON Thli 
•:8lh GREEN-Heather 

Ridge 

Golf Course, 1 BR 

townhome, den, fireplace, 

cent, air, 2BA, garage, sep 

dining, furnished, avail Sept 

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FOX LAKE 2-BD., 2-1/2 ba., 
gar., fin. walk-out bsmt. All 
appls., deck, mature view, 
S192.5K. torsalebyowner.com 

« 101 24365. (847)293-8102. 



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WAUKEGAN WELL MAIN- 
TAINED 2-bd., 1-1/2 ba., full 
bsmt., 4-1/2 car gar., fenced 
yd. F.S.B.O. S1 19.000. 
(847)543-0928. 



SM COZY 2BD Home on Pis- 
takee Bay. W/bsmt, Free Wa- 
ter. Sewer. & Garbage Pick- 
Ufl. No Drinkers. $725/mo. + 
sec req'd. 

(847)381-9444 Lvo Msg. 



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WILDWOOD COMPLETELY 
REMODELED 2-bd., 1-ba., 

fenced yd., beautiful lake 
community, low taxes. OPEN 
HOUSE Sat. 8/30, 10-2pm. 
33130 Sears Blvd. (847) 921- 
1282. 



WADSWORTH LOVELY 

OLDER HOME Avail. 9/1. 3- 
bd., 2.5 ba., diningroom, faml- 
lyroom, den, 2-frpls., bsmt., 
,gar., credit check & ref. re- 
quired. $1 ,600/mo. Cathy. 
8am-5pm, Mon-FnV (847)244- 
5330. . ' ■ • 



FOX: LAKE 2BD Condo. Lo- 
cated on Chain O'Lakes, near 
Metra. Overlooks marina & 
forest. Private beach, pool, 
24-hr sec guard, tennis & 
walking trails. Sm. pets nego- 
tible. Avail. 1071 $875/mo. 
(773)467-9295. ^ 

FOX LAKE Desirable Reva 
Bay coach home on Cinna- 
mon Lane. Located on Grass 
Lake w/water rights. 2-bd., 2- 
ba., 2-car gar. Great water- 
views, private community 
yacht club. $182,900. Ask tor 
Madelyn Anderson, Capital 
Associates. (847)651-8349. 

FOX LAKE 
LEISURE VILLAGE 

RENT-Total refurbished 
Two Bedroom Condo Unit. 
Age 55+. no smoke-no pet. 

(815) 678-4100 or 678-4506. 
Cell phone (815) 347-0790. 



MCHENRY CONDO 1-BD., 

full ba., large livingroom 
w/vaulted ceiling, gaily kit 
w/bk bar, all appls., extra stor- 
age, sliding door to balcony. 
Will go FHAt $79,500. Centu- 
ry 21 Care call Carol (815) 
344-4240. 



UNIQUE LOFT CONDOS 
STARTING AT $76,90011 

Lovely spacious one bedroom 
loft units w/vaulted ceiling, ro- 
mantic fieplace, 2 decks, cen- 
tral air, walk-in closet, appli- 
ances & more. Country club- 
living— pool, tennis, club- 
house. Convenient location - 
comer of Rt. 41 & Rt. 137. E- 
Z access to 194. Call Brenda 

NOWI I (847) 596-6109. 

VERNON HILLS CONDO 
FOR RENT 2-bd., master 
w/walk-In closet, 1-ba., dining- 
room, 1 -car gar. w/door open- 
er, neutral colors throughout, 
newly painted. Ceramic tile in 
kitchen/dining area, entry & 
bath, all new appls., 
washer/dryer, microwave, 
dishwasher. No "* pots. 
$975/mo. Available Immedi- 
ately.^) 548-8553. 

VERNON HILLS-2BD/1.5BA, 
OVERLOOKS Park & Lake. 
Heating, W/D. appli's Incld'd. 
Pool avail. $950/mo. 
(224)805-2275 Cell. 

WAUKEGAN F.S.B.O. END 
UNIT TOWNHOUSE, Gurnee 
Schools, 3-bd.,- 1.5 ba., full 
bsmt., partially tin., alt appls. 
stay. Move right in. $127,000 
Motivated sellersl 

. (847) 782-8629. 



BY OWNER 
LOVELY 16x80 Victorian 
manufactured home In 
Rainbow Lake Manor Sonlor 
Park, 55 & over. 2bd/2ba, 
Mstr Bdr 16x16 w/2lg 
closets, custom window treat- 
ments. 2nd bdr 11x12 w/lg 
closet. Mstr bath 10x10 w/lg 
Garden tub & shower stall. 
Living Rm 16x18, all now 
carpet/C/W/T stone FP. 
Kitchen beautiful Oak 
cabnts(lots of upgrades), 
wood laminate Fl. 
Dishwasher, range w/bullt-ln 
microwave, refrigorator(dble 
dr w/water & ice dispenser), 

garbage 
disposal, water softener, C/A, 
all thermal windows. W/D In 
utility area w/dble drs. Yr 
round sunrm 12x20 w/coling 
fan. Skylights in Mstr bd & 
Kitchen. Ceiling fans in bdrms 
& LR. All beautifully landscap- 
ed. On a corner lot 75x120. 
10x12 deck on back w/40' 
carport, 10x12 shod. Very 
well-kept home, need to see 
to appreciate. 
Call for appointment 

(262)857-7730 

(it no answr Ive msg) 

Asking price $77,500. 

. "Move right In Condition". 



.MUNDELEIN 

DIAMOND LANE 

CONDOMINIUMS 

2bd/2ba from $124,900 

Includes new cabinets, 

appliances, tile, carpet, 

and much more. 

DON'T MISS OUT. 

555 Deepwoods Dr. 

East of Rt 45 Approx. 

1/2 mile North of Rts. 

45 & 60 Intersection. 

OPEN M-F 10-5, 

Sa&Su12-4 

(847)949-8880 




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3BD/2Ba, Double wide, shed 
& driveway. $43,000. 
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CONDITION. ANY AREA. 

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WATER FRONT On Inlet off 
of Pistakee Lake. Lease with 
option to buy. . 1 900 square 
feet unfinished walk out base- 
ment. 4bd/1ba. S1700/mo. 

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WAUCONDA 4-BD., 1-1/2 

ba., 2-car gar., bsmt.,, lake- 
rights. No Pets. A must see. 

S1,250/mb; (630) 673-8550, 



FOX LAKE TOWNHOME- 
HIDDEN Glen It. 5+ rms. 
2bd/1.5ba, 1-car gar, + 2 
stalls, extra Ig remdld kit., new 
appli's + extras. Lakerights. 
$112,000. Call for app. 

(847)561 -4822-Jim 
(847)587-451 6-Madellne. 

GRAYSLAKE 
3BD/2BA TOWNHOUSE. 2.5 

car garage, all appli's stay. 

End Unit w/wooded view. 

$177,900.- 

18579 W. Sterling Ct. 

(847)668-1323. 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 
F.S.B.O. TOWNHOUSE Fair- 
field Villages Sub. 2-bd., 2-1/2 
ba., den, 1-car gar., A/C, all 
appls stay, exc. location. 
$139,900. Motivated sellers. 

(847)740-2027. 



WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

LOCATED IN AN OVER 55 

COMMUNITY 

°i -bedroom, 1-bath 
$32,900 

• *2-bedroom, 1 -bath 

$38,900 

•2-bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, 

$39,900 

•2-bedroom, 2-bath 

start at $49,500 

Some include carport, shed, 

gar. & decks. 

(847)526-5000 

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DUKE PREMIER. 1990, 
14x70, 3bd/2full ba, W/D, exc 
cond. $23,000/best. Timber 
Ridge Mobile Homes. 

(262)657-1165. 

MOBILE HOME FOR SALE In 
Door County. 1995 Artcratt 
16x80. Call (920) 743-6588. 

MOBILE HOME-BEACH 

PARK IL-Klngsway Estate, 
1987. 2.5 BR, 1.5 BA, cent, 
air, appliances. 847-883-4214 

MODULARS-DOUBLEWIDES 

-SINGLEWIDES-ILLINOIS 

LARGEST DISPLAY OF 

MODEL HOMEWI 

FOUNDATIONS, 

BASEMENTS, GARAGES. 

SEPTICS-WEDOITALLII 

FREE STATEWIDE 

DELIVERY 

■ AND INSTALLATION. RILEY 

MANUFACTURED HOMES 

(800)798-1541. 



PARK CITY MOBILE HOME 
By original owner. 1999 Sky- 
lino Built Royal Manor triple 
wido home. 3-bd., 2 -lull baths, 
Ig. tamilyroom, diningroom, 
livingroom, cathedral colling 
thru-out. skylights, fully car- 
peted, all appls. (Ig. oven, mi- 
crowave, sido-by-side refrig- 
erator, heavy dty. GE 
washer/dryer)., Many extras. 
Exc. cond. Must soo to appre- 
ciate. $79,000. Financing 
available. (847)336-7005. 

WAUCONDA 
WOODLAND VILLAGE 

Pro-owned 2-bd, 1 -ba. 
& 2-bd., 2-ba. avail. 

J[(847)526-9662. 

WAUCONDA IN TOWN 
WALK TO EVERYTHING 

Nowly remodeled 2-bd., 
1-1/2 ba., includes shed, 
off stroet parking. Many 

upgrades. $39,900. 

Avail, immediately 

(847)526-5000 

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WAUCONDA, MOVE RIGHT 

INI 2br/2ba., ktchn w/ampto 
cabinet space, new perfo firs., 
concrete patio, carport & ga- 
rage! Too much to listl Come 
& take a look! $54,900. Call 
Ryan & Co. (847)526-0300. 

WHEATLAND, Wl 
MOBILE Home, 2bd, com- 
pletely remodelod, drywalled, 
new windows, siding, roof & 
screened porch. All appl's 
incld'd, Ig shed w/loft. $22,000 
(262)537-4627. 



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$645-5795 
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ROUND LAKE-BRAND NEW 

spacious luxury 3bdr/2.5bth, 
English bsmt, A/C, all appli., 
W/D, 2-c garage. Exc loca- 
tion. $1395/mo. (847)977- 



3552. 



GRAYSLAKE 14X70 MO- 
BILE HOME 2-bd., 1-ba., new 
carpeting, new appls., remod- 
eled bath. Trailer has new 
heat tape, lighted shed. Lo- 
cated on concrete slab. Home 
is 2 trailers from office on third 
& last street in park, w/lg. 
backyard leading into an open 

field. $26,000. (847)201-1468. 



PARK CITY 1995 Schult, 
14x70, 3-bd., 2-full bas., C/A, 
all appls. stay, Ig. deck. 

$22,500. (847)244-9974. 

REDMAN 1994 MOBILE 
HOME, 28x60, 3-bd., 2-lull 

ba., 2-1/2 car gar., quiet, pri- 
vate w/lakerights. In Kenosha, 
Pleasant Prairie Estates, near 
all your shopping needs. 

$62,000. (262)«942-0192, 

noon-4:30pm Mon-Fri, week- 
ends anytime. 



2 & 3 Bedrm Studios 

North Chicago close to Base 

Avail, now. Call: 

' (847)336-3970 
(847)417-3460. 

AFFORDABLE ZION CLEAN 

1-bd. upper, gar., yd., heat in- 
cluded, good area, $550/mo. 
+ sec. Non-smoking. No pets. 
(262) 634-9387, (262) 880- 
8547. 



WAUKEGAN 3-BD., 2-FULL 

ba., on first floor,' huge apt, 
deluxe appls., laundromat, 
private park, near Sheridan 
Rd., 5 mln. from base, yard, 
quiet & safe. Avail 8/1. 
$945/mo. Bill (847) 951-7100. 



BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL!! Sublet my charming 
Chicago apartment by Sopt. 1 and get January's rent Iroo. Locatod 
in south Andorsonvillo. minutos Irom Wrigley. this vintago courtyard 
apartment is within walking distanco of tho CTA and the shops and 

rostauranls of Broadway and Clark. Ono bedroom, ono bath, 
hardwood floors, two big closots. laundry and storage on-site. Nico 
neighborhood. Will throw in window A/C unit tor free. $695/monlh. 

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(847)336-3970 or 
(847)417-3460. 



FOX LAKE-2BD HOME. 

W/Full bsmnt & backyd. 
$900/mo. If Interested call: 

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HOME FOR RENT 

.5 Bod Room .Garage 

•Shed ' ♦ Basement 
•Pool .Big Lot?, 

•2 Parking Lots 
Lots more Info $1300/mo 
Call Jose: > 
630-546-9521 anytime • 

or.Erlka: 
847-740-7599 after 6pm 



WAUKEGAN: WASHINGTON 
MANOR. Ig 2br, DW. free 
heat & water, $740/mo. 

(847)343-6449. (847)680- 
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WHY ARE YOU RENTING? 

Mortgage payments will be 

I less than your rent pay- 

| ment. Everybody gets J •; a" 

home. No down payment 

home loans available. No 

costs consultation. Call Tom 

Ischkum.- 847-605-8287. 

•laza Dr., Sen. ILL. 



GRAYSLAKE THIS END unit 
offers an open fir. plan w/all 
the upgrades imaginable. 
Vaulted ceiling, upgraded 
appls., 42" cabinets, white 
colonist trim, 6 panel doors, 
frpl., oak railings & Berber 
carpeting. $199,900. Call 
Craig Stein, Koenig & Stray' 

GMAC (847) 624-61 84. 
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cul-de-sac, bit. In 1997. Ask- 
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ANTIOCH 
2-BD. MODERN APTS., 

dishwasher. A/C, laundry 

facilities, beautiful 

location. Near Motra and 

park. One Month FREE 

w/lyr. lease. $745/mo. 

(847)838-6074. 



CUTE 1 BDR Apt. in 

Wauconda W/Skylight. 

S525/mo + util's. 

(847)487-5924 oves. 



DOWNTOWN- ' 
GRAYSLAKB 

Quiet Retirement Bldg 

2 BR. 1 B. Laundry & 

Storage on site, heat incl., 

♦ ♦♦ S715/month ♦♦♦ 

847-392-2752 

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FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED 
RM FULL PRIVELEGES. FE- 
MALE PREFERRED 

S500/mo., includes utilities. 
Cleaning dona for you. Beau- 
tiful Victorian house, down- 
town Richmond. Availablo 

Now. (815)678-4412. 
WAUKEGAN SLEEPING 

ROOM and sharing of roomy 
house. 10 minute easy drive 
from Navy Base. A fully fur- 
nished sunlit, first floor bed- 
room. Enjoy a high level of 
privacy in a quiet, scenic 
home which backs up to for- 
est preserves along Sheridan 
Road, on Waukogan's north 
side. Renter has full access to 
large home, in a very safe 
neighborhood. You'll have 
pretty much to yourself a full 
bathroom next to the bed- 
room. Enjoy well-equipped 




Business Property 
For Rent 




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WAUCONDA 
WAREHOUSE 

633 sq.lt. 
With overhead door, rest- 
room, sewer and water. 
S495/mo + security. 
Avail. Immediately 

(847) 526-5000 
or (847) 526-0420. 

leave message. 



ATTENTION 
. LANDSCAPERS 

• 2200sq.lt. polo barn 

w/fenced, secured outside 

storage. Avail, immediately. 

5675/mo. + sec. 

(847)526-5000 

leave message. 



Out Of 
Area Property • 



BEAUTIFUL/NEW RETIRE- 
MENT HOMES In MISSIS- 
SIPPI: 3-4bd Ranches, all 

brick, beautiful hills, new sub- 
div. w/minimum 1 ac. lots, 

private lake lots available, 10 

mlns from Tunica Casinos, 1 5 
mlns from Memphis, great 
shopping, fishing, hunting, 

boating, gambling. Low taxes 

and other retirement benefits. 

Mississippi now rated 3rd best 

retirement state. 

Starting at $150,000. 

.. (847)838-0972. 




Boal/Motors/Elc. 




Cars for Sale 




Classic/Antique 
Cars 



BAKER CUSTOM TUNNEL 

Boot- 1982. 21', evlnrude EP 

200, V6, new lower unit, 
steering cables & gas lines. 
S9500/best. (262)843-1595. 



BOAT LIFT, ELECTRIC 
2,800lbs., w/motor, cantilever 
on Fox. $550. (847)360-1180. 



FIREBIRD 1991, LOW miles, 
305 V8, full power, auto., air, 
cruise, tilt, factory mag 
wheels, ground effects and 
spoiler, alarm, w/remote start 
and keyless entry, red w/tan 
Int., very nice cond;, adult 
driven, $4,900. (847)356 
8159. 



ANTIQUE AUTOS RARE 
1948 Kaiser & 1947 Plymouth 
Both 4drs & both run. 
S2200/ea. (847)566-0315. 




FARM FOR SALE IN WIS- 
CONSIN 25 acres In Western 
Kenosha County, 7 miles 
north of Antioch, ILL. Immedi- 
ately south of Bong Recrea- 
tional area. Consists of large 
dairy barn, pole bam with 
heated workshed, 3 silos & 3 



FISHING BOAT 1999 LOWE 

15' deep-V w/trailer, 40hp 
Johnson, trolling motor, depth 
finder, cover, storage com- 
partment, live well and much 
more, $6,800/best. (847)548- 

9792. 



FORD 2001 FOCUS ZX3, 

22,000 miles, still under war- 
ranty, $1,600 under Kelley 
Blue Book, $8,500/best. 
(847)872-2184. 

GORGEOUS TEAL. 1995 
CHEVY CAMARO, new 
clutch, 53,000 miles on new 
engine, $3,200. Cell (262) 
818-8111, 



CLASSIC CAR FOR SALE 

1969 Lincoln Mark III, 2- dr. 
hard top Coupe. Good tires, 
mln. rust, all options, 
$1,450/best. Cell (847) 507- 
9016 ask for John. 



Service & Parts 




FOX LAKE SURF APTS. Stu- 
dio & 1-bds. Start ® 
$550/mo. (847) 508-0069. 



* bd. house. Buildings In good 

kitchen, modern fridge, your ^— ^— — -^— condition. Barn can be con- 



MOBILE INSTALLATION OF 

custom stickers & graphics for 

sale. Also boat names & strip- ^..„ w ^ nn ^.r,. r- . — ' 

Ing. (047)293-7108.. MERCURY 1989 SABLE, low t 
- • ' • miles, needs some work. 

$600/best. (847) 356-5652, 
cell (847) 668-6913. 



1986 5.0 LITRE MOTOR with 
injection & harness, also 1986 
T-5 transmission. $250/ea. or 

$4507both. (847) 356-1229. 



FOX LAKE, 37 Nippersink 
Blvd., 2-bd., laundry, parking, 
security intercom, no pets, 
S750 & $775/mo. (847)838- 
0504. 



GRAYSLAKE APT. 2-BD.. 
w/washor. dryer, dishwasher, 
garbage disposal. No pets. 
Rof. & sec. dep. Avail 9/1. 
$7 15/mo. (847)223-0022. 

GRAYSLAKE AFT SPA- 
CIOUS 1-bd.. in nice neigh- 
borhood. No pets. On site 
mgr. Sec. dep. & ref. Avail. 
9/1. $635/mo. (847)223-0022. 

KENOSHA-4022 5TH AVE- 
CHARMING 2bd lower. 
W/spoctacular view ol Lako. 
Laundry, storage, garage. 

(262)656-9708 Avail. July 1. 



own kitchen cupboard, groat 
cable TV, safe oil street park- 
ing, bus stop 1 00 yards away. 
Room has own phone line(op- 
tional), full closet + some 
basement storage, large 
basement laundry. Must be 
stable, very responsible and 
considerate adult, with steady 
job. No smoking. S125 per 
week; possible leeway in rent, 
depending on your situation. 
Sorry, cannot accept new 
pots to home. Denys50@Hot- 
mail.com. Non-English speak- 
ers okay. (847) 623-9064; or 
work, on weekdays from late 
morning to "mid evening, at 

(847)223-8161 xt.130. Cell 
(847) 207-8337. 



Rooms For Rent 



WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

Newly remodeled office 

300sq.ft. 
Includes sewer & water 
Available Immediately. 

$345/mo. + sec. 
(847) 526-5000 



verted for horses. $550,000. 
(262)537-4847. . 

FLORIDA PROPERTY 
104 , X104' CORNER lot, 

LeHIgh Acres, 20miles from 
Ft Meyer, $7000. (847)587- 
3195. 



PONTOON BOATS SOLD 

new and rented by the day, at 
McKinney's East Marina on 
Lake Marie In Antioch. One 
day standard rental $150/day, 
also avail, gas, ship store, 
boat launch, bathrooms, 
showers. Boat launch fee is 

$10.(847)395-1524. 



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ANTIOCH SLEEPING RM 

on Polite Lake. W /bench, 

pier, cable TV. S85/wk + $85 

dep. 
(847)872-2436. . 



MUNDELEIN 2-BD., 1-BA.. 
totally renovated. New Kitch- 
en! Quiet and clean unit. Utilit- 
ies included, $925/mo. Avail 
9/21.(847)530-6866. . 



N.E. WAUKEGAN 1-BD. apt.. 

furnished, carpeted, drapes, 
blinds, heat included, 
S655/mo. + sec. dep.. lyr. 
lease. (847)244-7658. 



QUIET COUNTRY SETTING 
IN GURNEE Large 2-bd. apt., 
1-1/2 ba.. all appls. + air. 
laundry, storage & exercise 
rooms, cable in building, sec. 
& intercom system, individual 
1-car garages. No pets. No 
Section 8. $895/mo. 
(847)249-5367. 



FURNISHED ROOM IN 

Round Lake Heights tor rent 

in residential neighborhood. 
Nearby shopping/laundry. 

Utilities Included. Additional 

storage, driveway parking 

and phone outlet available 

lor separate line. Minimal 

cooking/non smoker/single 

person. Credit and reference 

check. Prefer student/no 

pets. $125 weekly, 2 weeks 

rents and 2 weeks security 

deposit up front. 

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After 6 pm 



RICHMOND 



♦Fountain Head _^^ 
I Corporate Center* J 

^Industrial or Euslnos*. ( 

(*Rt. 12. Suporior 27S0cf \ 

\$10S2/mo. Grout 250i I L 

/ac ofo, 208 volt/3 Phase, \ 

VOH door. dook. 18' 7 

/,$2340/mo. Qroisl 500 si \ 

\ a/a of a, 480 volt/3 phase, / 

■Adook. 2 OH doors, IB' V 

6-colHngs 4j 

\sOB6sI - $3208/mo. Grossly 
/716sf a/o ofo + mexxa- \ 
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INLAND MANAGEMENTS 

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_J BARGAIN $24,900. 

Free covered boat slip! Gently 
sloping lake view parcel 
w/nice mix of low rolling 
meadows & trees. Abuts na- 
tional forest on 35,000 acre 
recreational lake in TENN. 
Paved roads, water • sewer, 
more. Excellent financing. 
Call now (800)704-3154 oxt 

487. 



STARCRAFT 16' SAIL Boat. 

Good Condition. $350/obo. 
Call (847)223-5788 Between 
4pm-7pm? 



MERCURY COUGAR 1987, 
with newer 1986 5.0 Litre In- 
jected motor. $1 ,500/best. 

(847)356-1229. 

OLDS LS-1997. 4DR, 68K. 

Like new, fully loaded. 56400. 

(847)740-0979MMT^^ 



20" KMC VENOMS Rims 
w/tlres toyo tires 265/50/R20 
Fits Toyota or Lexus SUV 
very cleanl $2200/obo. 

(847)377-1589. 

GIO RHINO CRASH Bars 
w/Hella lights for Lincoln Navi- 
gator. S900/obo. (847)377- 
1 589. 



Vans 





Camping 






FORD F350 STARCRAFT 

Van Camper. 59K, sleeps 5, 
deluxe interior. $7900/consld- 
er trade. (847)934-6683. 



PLYMOUTH 1997 

NEON 115 K MILES. 

FULLY EQUIP. 

NEW TIRES AND 

BREAKS, RUNS 

GOOD, $1300 O/B/O 

(847)587-4228 



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NORTHERN MARINETTE 
COUNTY, Wl. Waterfront, 
1.5hr. N. of Green Bayl 3-bd. 
lake home, S1 20,000; 1bd. 
cottage on trout stream, 
S69.900; new 2bd. home 
w/log siding,' ; on lake, • 
$139,900; 3-bd. lake home 
w/600' ftg and 17 wooded 
acres, $255,000; 3ac wooded 
lake lot, $48,900; 1 .5ac wood- 
ed lake lot on rec. lake, 
$68,900. 
www, 




Sports Equipment 



PONTIAC 1990 BONNE- 
VILLE SSE, loaded, .100,000 
miles, 3.8L, with rims, $2,500. 
(847)366-1323. 





Cemetery Lois 



GRAYSLAKE OFFICE 

SPACE, 650sq.lt., $625/mo. 
includes utilities. (224) 577- 
9043. 



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STUDIO APT FOR RENT. 

Bermuda Colony, Vacation 

Village, Fox Lako 
S500/mo + 1mo sec. dep. 

Avail. Sept. 1st. 
, . Call (815)678-2602. 



IN RESIDENTIAL 
NEIGHBORHOOD 

ROUND LAKE BEACH 
FURNISHED ROOM 

FOR RENT 

Idoal lor single older 

employed malo 

Non-smoker. Driveway parking. 

Si 10/wk. includos utilities, ' 

except cablo & phono. 

Phono oullot avail. 

Call (847) 546-4122 or 
(847H31-9982. 



GRAYSLAKE SHOP OR Of- 
fice (or Rent. 1200 sq ft. 
$995/mo. (847)548-3320 x 
14 Ask for Chris. 

NORTH CHICAGO 
BUILDING-36,000 sq ft. Will 

divide to any size. 
2421 N. Greenbay Rd. 

(773)736-4573. 



COMPLETE PKG. 2- 
GRAVES, markers, granite 
base. 2-Vaults, 2-handling & 
installation of vaults & open- 
ing & closing ol graves. 
S7.375/best. $100 to transfer. 
Wind Rldgo Memorial Park 
& Nature Sanctuary-7014 S 
Rawson Bridge Rd, Cory, II. 
60013, Section 5/Blk A-16 Lot 
A Graves 1 & 2. (573)276- 
3246. 



BENJM|HOGAN APEX 

BLADES. Steel Shaft. 3-9. 
(1999-2001). Very good 
corid.,- -very -good grips. , 
$300/best. Call Ken (847) 
740-1512 anytime. 



GUN SALE 

REM 12GA. 870 Wing 

Master. 2VR Barrels, 

good cond., $350. 

REM 12GA. 1100 Early 

Model. SER #64XXX. 30" full. 

Like new. $300. • 

B. Murray 

(815) 675-0906. 



PONTIAC 1991 GRAND 
PRIX ~SE, $800/best. (847) 
837-0423. olu „ 

PONTIAC 1993 BONNE- 
VILLE SSE, new engine and 
trans., very clean car. Asking 
$3,200/best. (262)620-3781 * 



CHEVY CONVERSION VAN- 

1993. Looks & Runs good. 
CHEAP! Only $2100. 
(847)566-0315. 

DODGE 1997 RAM CON- 
VERSION VAN, auto., cruise, 
air, captains chairs, 95,000 
miles, exc. . cond., 

$7,000/best. (847) 265-8253. 

DODGE TRADESMAN VAN-; 
1993. V8, automatic, A/C,' 
PW/PL Runs great. $1100. 
(847)566-0315. 

PLYMOUTH 1994 VOYAG- 
ER, 103K, 6-cyl„ $1,600.- 

(e47)587-9287.£00ggn 

PLYMOUTH 1997 VOYAGER 

MINI VAN, auto., cruise, good 
condition, $3,500/besL (847) 

265-8253. WL 




IMAGE 3.8 WEIGHT Bench. 
Like new condition. $100. 

(847)362-6346. 




Recreational 
Vehicles 



WESLO CANDENCE 

TREADMILL-340CS 

All digital, spd incline. Meas- 
ures Cals, F-cals, time, dis- 
tance. Exc Cond. Pd $350 
Selling for $100. Del. Avail. 
(847)548-2414. 



PONTIAC 1999 SUNFIRE 

70,000 miles, extended war- 
ranty, moonroot, CD, grt. 
cond. Dependable for college 
student, $6,500. (847) 456- 
0626,(815)728-0115. 

AUTO AUCTION 

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC 

SALVATION ARMY 

Every Saturday, 9am. 

Over 150 cars, boats, camp 

era & motorcycles to.be 

sold weekly 

to the highest bidder . 

at no reserve. 

Opening bid $100. 

(847)662-0100 



PLYMOUTH . VOYAGER- 

1991. GREAT shape, runs 
exc. Recent tune-up, . water 
pump, rear shocks, exhaust, 
timing & serpentine belts, ho- 
ses & thermostat, 02 sensor, 
trans flush & filter. 

$2,000/best. (262)767-1968. 







Sport Utility 
Vehicles 



CHEVY BLAZER LS-1998. 

Fully loaded, great cond, 
90,000mi. $8,000. -- 
Call aft 3pm (847)265-3008. 










Farms 



WAUCONDA 2-BD. APT., 

heat & hot water Included. 
S675/mo. Lease, sec. dep., 
ref. No pets. Available imme- 
diately. (847)433-0891 



WAUCONDA IN TOWN 

WALK 

1-bd. 1-ba. & Cozy studio 

Both include all utilities, 

+ cable TV. 
$715&$695/mo. + sec. 
Avail. Immediately. 
No pets. 

(847)526-5000 

leave message. 



ROUND LAKE BEACH 
ROOM FOR RENT, female 
preferred, no smoking or alco- 
hol. No pets. $300/mo. + 1/2 
utilities. (847)740-8469. 

UTILITIES INCLUDED SIN- 

GLE furnished room, 10 mlns. 
W of base. $495/mo. Non- 
smoker. No pets. (224)280- 

8052. 



REAL ESTATE AUCTION- 

Sept. 6, 1:00-1120 Stoney 

Point Rd. Dixon. 5 & 20 acre 

Farmettes + 100 acre tract. 

Harry Hicksteln: 

(815)941-0062. 

Complete Info: 
www.realestateauctioneer.net 



COACHMAN TRAVEL 

TRAILER 24lt., roof air, roll 
out awning, seats 6, fully 
equipped, exc. cond., ready to 
go camping) $2,500/best. 
(630)679-9361. 




Cars for Sale . 




Vacant Lots 
Acreage 




Buildings 



FOR SALE 80 Acres, 
Kenosha County, 21 acres 
Prime Development property, 
wooded with pond. Qualified 
buyers call 262-877-8309 

or E-mail 

markwegner® msn.com 



LEGACY BY AIR STREAM 
MOTORHOME 31 \ center 
bath with shower and tub, 
queen size bed, livingroom, 
dining area, new roof air, front 
brakes, GMC 454 engine, 
1,900 ml., GMC transmission, 
22,000 ml., new toilet, alterna- . 
tor, awnings, complete win- 
dows and patio. Total mileage 
52,000. $35,900. With Tow 
Car 1988. Cadillac, $37,900. 
Car completely equipped for 
towing car & RV. exc. cond. 

(847)724-2110. 






19S8 CADILLAC 

SEDAN DEVILLE 

Less than 60K miles. Power 

windows, Locks, Soats, now 

brakes, new exhaust, auto 

climate control, promium CD 

player, 1 6 inch cad. alloy 

wheols, exc. condition, 
"BABIED SINCE BIRTH" 

'.', -MUSTSEE- 

$4500/obo 
847-231-4044 

for more Info. 






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WAUKEGAN 2-BD. APT. to 
sub-lease. Credit check re- 
quired. Call Eric (847) 962- 
1077. 



STEEL 

Factory 
Ings on 
Anxious 



BLDGS. SUMMER 

Deals. HUGE Sav- 

24x36 to 150x300. 

to Deal on Const. 
Before you Buy, Call Glen® 

(847) 327-1430. 

Business Property 
For Rent 



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HIGHLAND LAKE, HICK- 
ORY LN. Deeded lakerighls, 
(1) 12 lot parcel, recorded 
sub., wooded. Ideal small 
builder package. (561)588- 

8421. 



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ZION AREA- 1 & 2bd Apts, 

starting at $665. $299 sec 
dep special; . 

Call Country Chalet Apts ; 
(847)872-4300. 



GRAYSLAKE 270 SQ. ft. of- 
fice all util's Incld. $375/mo. 
CALL Chris (847)548-3320 x 

14. 



LAKE VILLA LOT w/small 3 
season cottage with water 
rights on Cedar Lake, 
$25,900/best. 23409 W. Lib- 
erty. Elizabeth (847) 973- 
2179. 



MOTORHOME 
PASSPORT BY COBRA 

Class-C, 1991. 27', roof air, 
sleeps 6, sell-contained. Fully 
equipped, exc cond inside & 
out. Well maintained, runs 
great. $8500/best. 

(630)378-9138. 

PARK MODEL RT-30', 2bds, 
1985 Trophy Classic, 
•:$3,500Hrm. (81 5)260-1 501 



Boat/Motors/Etc 






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97 GRAND AM GT 

2DR, Auto, Moon 

Roof, CD, Power 

Everything! 89K ml, 

$4995 

* 847-431 -8638* 



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CHEVY 1981 CORVETTE, 

many new parts, needs cos- 
metics, runs good, 

$6,000/best. (847)445-7072. 




SATURN-1999. Excellent 
Condltlon-$7,500. 

(847)855-8641 

(847)769-3320. 

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TOYOTA 2001 CELICA GTS, 
red.-sharp, must sell£l ;8t?,* 6- 
spd,.. gtey ; leather, 46K-JPiles, 

$15,000. (262)514-3234. 
VOLVO 1994 eso; TURBO 

WGN., black, leather, moon- 
roof, 3rd. seat, antl-thelt, 
heated seats, full power, exc. 
cond., gar. kept. $7,000. 

(847)533-5095. 
VOLVO-1988 * 740-TURBO 

STATION Wagon. Exc Cond. 

$2100. (847)721-2552. 



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89 FORD 
BRONCO H 

Only $750 

OR BEST OFFER 

***847-546-3267*** 




JEEP 1995 GRAND 
CHEROKEE LTD., 

V8, fully joaded, leather, 
power moonrpof, CD 

. Player, GreaASP0&.r. 
~ runs great.*PrlcejX£ 

reduced to $6,000/b'est li 

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1996-RANGER 4X2 SUPER 

CAB XLt;3.0L engine, 5-spd. 
manual, 87,000 miles, good 
cond., „. $4,800. (262)537- 

2733. 



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CHRYSLER. 1995 LEBARON 
CONV., 77K, 6-cyl., $4,200. 
(847)587-9287. 



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apt. Newly remodeled, laun- 
dry. Great Jocatlons. \ Starting 
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1600SQ FT TO 4,000SQ.FT. 

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' Weekly j fate $1 ,000/best. Call 
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28FT. OWENS CABIN 
CRUISER, 1967 Classic 

Woodle, 7 trophys, 100hrs., 
rebuilt engine. Same owner 
13yrs. $6,500. Owner retiring. 

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REBUILT trans & motor, 
brakes & more restorations + 
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38K miles, tool box, rain & 
bug deflectors; hitch, 31" BF 
Goodrich tires, bedllner,, very 
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Tdark green, w/flberglass cap, 

66,000rmiles, clean, $8,900. 

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ON, sharp cond., 1 owner, 
auto, trans., A/C, fully equip- 
ped,- .70,000 miles, asking. 

$4,700. Days (847)249-2330, 
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ork truck, S 1.200. We also 
ave other pick-up trucks, 
mini vans and cars, ranging 
from $500 to S2.000. 
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Schaumburg (847)490-4570. 



FORD 1999 F-450 XLT 4x4, 

white, crew cab, dual axle, 
dual wheel, 7.3 power stroke 
deisel, 29 K original miles, 
8.5ft. custom Royal Sport 
plck-.up box, spray-In bedllner, 
Reese receiver with brake 
control, Pioneer CD player. 
Like new. $33,000. Call (847) 

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Firewood 



2yr. Seasoned 

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Hardwood 

WE DELIVER AND 
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Housekeeping 



DC TILE WE We Install ce- 
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and Pergo doors. For free es- 
timates call (847) 395-0777, 
ior (708) 988-8504. 



FORD 2003 F-250 XLT 4X4. 

red, 8* bed, extended cab. 
7,000 miles. Power windows 
& locks. Brand new! Asking 

$29,000. Call (847) 265-6990. 



ICE CREAM TRUCK, fully 

equipped/ready to go. Turn ,0471 fi ci. orbs 

key operation. S3.500/best. M#MM ^I?„..;.SS?..; 



DEBBIE'S CLEANING 

SERVICE 

WINDOWS, WOODWORK, 

HOUSE CLEANING. 

Reasonable Rates. 

FREE Estimates. 

Also Move-Ins/Move Outs. 

22yrs. Experience. 




Trees/Plants 






TREE REMOVAL No Job too 
small. Call Roger (262) 889- 
8535. 




Miscellaneous 
Services . 



Must Sell! (262)620-4328. 



NEED A TRUCK CAP? 

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Various sizes to fit most 

trucks. 

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SNOWPLOW 6'. FULL Hy 

draulics & lights. Installed on 
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Auto emblems, cycle parts. 

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H.D.-1977 FLHP. full Irame 
upTrestorallon 'wtyte^ paint,, 
biaclisacla'le and bags, lots' of 
chrome. Very distinctive ma- 
chine. S1 1.500. Call (847) 
223-9133. Ask for Chris. 



MOTHER & DAUGHTER will 
do your cleaning. Free esti- 
mates. Reasonable rates. 
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HARLEY DAVIDSON-1983 
FLHT Full Dresser. 80th Anni- 
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very good cond. $8 ,000/obo. 
(815)653-2278. 

HARLEY-DAVIDSON-1989 
883 SPORTSTER, black mir- 
ror smooth paint, only 
4100mi, Buckhorn bars, 
Screamin' Eagle module & air 
filter. Vance & Hines drag 
pipes, chrome battery cover 
+ all original parts. Like new & 
ready to ridel $4,800. 
(847)639-2477. 




•Landscaping 



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LANDSCAPING 

•No Job Too Small 

•Quality Workmanship 

•FREE Estimates 

•Fully Insured. ■* 

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(847)546-4617 or ' 

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SUZUKI KATANA GSX750F- 
1997. 3500ml, Asking $3,800. 
(847)782-7406. 





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No job too big 
or too small! 
•Lawn Mowing 
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Flower Beds 
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•j CARPENTRY AND 
^' T ~ LANDSCAPING^^ 

Interior/Exterior Ren 
at affordable pr'lci 
No' Job too Big or Tckf SmaljJ $ 
Call for FREE 'estimate.. 
Contact James. r . 

(847)377-1908. 





PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 

Thirsty Turtle Beach Bar and 

Grill 

NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Restaurant/Bar service of 
food and beverage 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
42273 Woodbine Avenue, An- 
tioch, IL 60002. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 

David Deichl. Matthew Delchl, 
42273 Woodbine Avenue, An- 
tioch, IL 60002, 847-833- 

5571. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 

. COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
derslgnod Intond(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the locatlon(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true and le- 
[gal full name(s) of the 
person(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown. 
Isl David Deichl 
Isl Matthew Deichl 
May 27. 2003 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged beloro me 
by the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 2nd 

day of August 2003. 

• OFFICIAL SEAL 
/s/ Raymond D. Demartinl 

Notary Public 

Received: August 5, 2003 
Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0815C-6087-AN 
August, 1 5. 22, 29. 2003 



STATE OF ILLINOIS 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL 

CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY - IN PROBATE 

In the Matter of the Estato of 

June M. Peterson, No. 02 P 69 

Deceased 

C L AI M N O TI CE 
Notice'is given of the death of June M. Peterson of Mundelein, 
Illinois. Letters of Office were issued on January 24, 2002, to 
Karen Eve Peterson, 950 Lucerne Ct., Mundelein, IL 60060, 
whose attorney Is Walter Schummer, 137 West Park Avenue, 

Ubertyville, IL60048. 

Claims against the estate may be filed at the office of the Clerk 
of the Circuit Court at 18 N. County Street, Waukegan, Illinois 
60085, Room C-1 04, or with representative, or both, on or be- 
fore February 15, 2004, which date is not less than 6 months 
from the date of the lirst publication of this notice and any claim 
not filed within that period is barred. Copies of any claim filed 
with the Clerk must be mailed or delivered to the representative 
and to the attorney within 1 days alter it is filed. 

/s/ Karen Eve Peterson, Representative 
Isl Walter Schummer, Attorney 

0815C-6095-MN 
August 15, 22, 29, 2003 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL 

CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
PROBATE DIVISION 

Estate of , ) 

Robert G. Lundholm, ) No. 03 P 563 

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Deceased ) 

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CLAIM NOTICE 

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Notice Is given of the death of Robert G. Lundholm of Highland 
Park, Illinois. Letters of Office were Issued on July 24. 2003, to 
Judith K. Moga of Gumee, Illinois, whose attorney is Ronald E. 
Griesheimer of Griesheimer & Associates, 321 Grand Avo., 

Waukegan, IL. 

Claims against the estate may bo filed at the office of the Clerk 
. of the Circuit Court at 18 N. County Street. Waukegan, Illinois 
60085, Room C-307 or with representative, or both, on or beloro 
February 15, 2004, which date is not less than 6 months from 
the date of the first publication of this notice and any claim not 
filed within that period is barred. Copies of any claim filed with 
the Clerk must be mailed or delivered to the representative and 
to the attorney within 1 days after it Is liled. 

. Isl Judith K, Moga. Representative . 
Isl Ronald E. Griesheimer, Attorney 

Name: Ronald E. Griesheimer 
Attorney for Judith K. Moga 
Address: 321 Grand Ave 
City: Waukegan, IL 60085 
Phone:847-244-3131 
ARDCH 01057774 



.* IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL 

CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
PROBATE DIVISION 

Estate of ) 

AbelQrcullo, ) No. 03 P 566 

Deceased ) 

CLAIM NOTICE 

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Notice is given of the death of Abel Orcullo of Mundelein, Illinois. 
Letters of Office were Issued on July 10, 2003, to Maria Reyes, 
1411 Orleans Dr., Mundelein, IL 60060, whose attorney Is Wal- 
ter Schummer, 1 37 West Park Avenue, Ubertyville, IL 60048. . 

Claims against the estate may be tiled at the oltice ol the Clerk 
of the Circuit Court at 18 N. County Street, Waukegan, Illinois 
60085 or with representative, or both, on or before February 15, 
2004, which date is not less that 6 months from the date ol the 
first publication of this notice and any claim not filed within that 
period is barred. Copies of any claim filed with the Clerk must be 
mailed or delivered to the representative and to the attorney 
within 1 days after it is liled. 



Isl Maria Reyes, Representative 
Isl Walter Schummer, Attorney 



0815C-6094-MN 
August 15, 22. 29, 2003 



FOX LAKE PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT 
-LAKE AND MCHENRY COUNTIES, ILLINOIS 
1VTEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 



0815C-6092-GP 
August 15, 22. 29. 2003 



IANCERY COURT OF BOLIVAR COUNTY, 

. MISSISSIPPI 
SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT 



FABIAN HOUSEN 
PLAINTIFF 

VS. 

BASIL HOUSEN 
DEFENDANT . 



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WINDOW WASHING 

POWER WASHING 

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CARPET shampooing; 

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- PAINTING, 
DECORATING & 

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For FREE Estimate 

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MTM WIRING '; 

Electrical Lighting & Outlets, 

Telephone &TV. 

Most any wiring heeds." 

Telephone Jack Special 

$50 an'outiet, 

S40/ea. 2 or more. 
Call Mike (847)546-8388. 




PAINTING 4 YOU 
Free Estimates. 

Business of. quality work. 

Interior painting Brush, roll, 
rag roll, stencils, sponge 

rolling. Great prices lor great 
work. Call James 

(847)377-1908. 

Always Painting 4 You. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 

DEROSE 

NATURE/PURPOSE: 

Environmental products & 
services 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
■BUSINESS IS JO BE 
CONPUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
515 Heajher Terrace, Round 
Lake Beach, IL 60073, 847- 
201-8625. 

NAME(S) AND POST . 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 

ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. ... 
CONDUCTING OR -v 

TRANSACTING BUSINESS 

De Ann Rose Frederick, 515 

Heather Terrace, Round Lake 

Beach, IL 60073, 847-270- . 

9822. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS) 

COUNTY OF LAKE). 

This Is to certify that the un 
dersigned Intend(s) to con 
duct the above named busi 



THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI 
TO: BASIL HOUSEN 

Gary, Indiana 

NOTICE TO DEFENDANT(S) 

The complaint for Divorce which is attached to this 
summons Is Important and you must take immediate action to 
protect your rights. 

YOU, have been made a Defendant in the Complaint 
For Divorce filed in this Court by, FABIAN HOUSEN. YOU, are 
the only Defendant In this action. 

YOU are required to mall or hand-deliver a copy of a 
written response to the Complaint to Honorable Aellcla L Tho- 
mas, the attorney for the Plalntlff(s) whose moiling address 
is Post Office Box 912 Rosedale, Mississippi' 38769, and 
street address Is 307 Cotton Row, Ste. #17, Cleveland, Mis- 
sissippi 38732. Your response must be mailed or delivered 
within thirty (30) days from the date of delivery of this summons 
and complaint or a Judgment by default will be entered against 
you for the money or other things demanded In the complaint. 



YOU, are hereby Summoned to appear and defend 
i Complaint tiled against you In this action at &2Q 

Courtroom, Bolivar County Courthouse at Clevoland, Mis- 
sissippi, and in case of your failure to appear and defend, a 
Judgment For Divorce will be entered against you. 



Fiscal Year July 1 , 2002 - July 30. 2003 

BEGINNING BALANCES BY FUND: July 1 . 2002: Library Fund 
S672.765.65; Building Equipment Fund S97.581.58: Working 
Cash Fund S56.662.32; Building Maintenance Fund 
S212.420.53; FICA Fund $23,998.89; IMRF Fund S35.332.27; 
Insurance Fund S4.884.98; Audit Fund S4.498.72. TOTAL 
CASH ON HAND July 1, 2002: SI. 108.144.94. 

RECEIPTS: Tax Revonuo S649. 107.52; Personal Property Re- 
placement Tax $11,975.47; Fines and Fees S9.671.06; Photo- 
copy Income S5.1 33.85; Impact Foes $44,518.00; Donations 
S177.00; Per Capita Grant S23.166.25; Interest $15,086.79; 
Other Income S4.055.68. TOTAL RECEIPTS: S762.891.62. 

DISBURSEMENTS: By Category: Salaries-Professional 
S61, 793.24; Salarios-Paraprotessional $70,986.90; Satarios- 
Nonprofosslonal $163,362.79; Salaries-Maintenance $475.00. 
TOTAL SALARIES: S296.617.93. By staff member: Under 
S25.000 (Arnold, Dianna; Clark, Christophor; Dobosiewicz, 
James; Foxx, Kathloon; Gonzalez, Marissa; McKinney, Alice; Pi- 
klor, Carol; Rodon, Joan; Skittino, Marilyn; Tioman, Marshall); 
$25,000 to $49,999 (Hopper. Susan; Johnson. Therose. Lobaza. 
Cynthia; Lojdl. Violet; Schriodor, Marylin); $50,000 to 74.999 
(Bork, Harry). 

VENDORS: Advantage Building Maintenance (Operating Ex- 
penses) $18,298.54, Ameritech (Operating Expenses) 
$4,553.22, Avaya Financial Services (Operating Expenses) 
$7,383.60, Baker & Taylor (Printed/Non print Materials) 
$38,928.29, Bleck & Bleck Architects (Building Construction) 
S2.785.00, Commonwealth Edison (Operating Expenses) 
$23,178.19, DLS Internet Sorvicos (Operating Expenses) • 
$3,250.00, EBSCO Subscription Services (Printed Materials) 
$7,289.15. Faxon Company AR Lock Box (Printed Materials) 
$8,452.26, Forest Edge Landscaping Inc. (Operating Expenses) 
S4.612.50. The Gale Group (Printed Materials) S8.381.56. Wil- 
liam E. Grigg (Operating Expenses) $5,350.00, Hladnik Eloctric 
(Operating Expenses) $2,511.25, Illinois Municipal Retirement 
Fund (Fringe Benefits) $28,121.98. Internal Revenue Service 
(Fringe Benefits) S22.691.26. Juorgensmeyer and Associates 
(Operating Expenses) $4,200.00. Lakeland Larsen Elevator . 
Corp. (Building Construction) $41,701.18. LIMRiCC Health In- 
surance Program (Fringe Benefits) $31,137.36, Major Hill Insur- 
ance Company (Operating Expenses) S8.368.00. Maneval Con- 
struction Co. Inc. (Capital Expenditures) $123,041.90, Movies in 
Motion (Non Print) S5.269.00. Nicor (Operating Expenses) 
$3,509.16. Olfice Depot (Operating Expenses) S2.711.29, SBC 
(Operating Expenses) S5.742.23, Shoreline Graphics (Operating 
Expenses) $3,153.11, Simplex Grinnoll LP (Capital Expendi- 
tures) SI 0,060.00, Thermodyne Mechanical Services (Operating 
Expenses/Capital Expenditures) $28,885.76. All other vendors 
less than $2,500.00: $47,741.38. TOTAL VENDOR DISBURSE- 
MENTS: $501,307.17. TOTAL ALL DISBURSEMENTS: 

$797,925.10. 

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CASH ON HAND June 30. 2003: Library Fund S536.086.23; 
Building Equipment Fund $143,427.06; Working Cash Fund 
$57,433.09; Building Maintenance Fund $282,788.73; FICA 
Fund $16,409.76; IMRF Fund S26.541.18; Insurance Fund 
$7,863.75; Audit Fund S2.561.76. TOTAL CASH ON HAND 
" June 30. 2003: $ 1,073,1 11. 46. 

State of Illinois 

County of Lake ))ss 

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I Richard E. Wend, being sworn on oath, depose and state that I 
am the Treasurer of the Board of Library Trustees of the Fox 
Lake Public Library District, Lake and McHenry Countios, Illi- 
nois, and that the foregoing statements as to said District, of 
monies received, from what source, giving items and all monies 
paid out. to whom paid, and the amount, is tor fiscal yoar ended 
June 30. 2003. 



ISSUED UNDER MY HAND AND THE SEAL OF SAID 
COURT, this the 20th day of August 2003. 



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CHANCERY CLERK OF BOLIVAR 

COUNTY . 
P. 0/BOX789 
CLEVELAND, MS 38732 

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AUGUST 29, 2003 

SEPTEMBER 5, 12, 2003 





Isl Richard E. Wend 
Treasure, The Board ol Library Trust- 
ees of the Fox Lake Public Library 
. . .District, Lake and McHenry Counties, 
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Subscribed and sworn j to bojoro me this 26th day of August 
2003. ; 

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Isl Bernadine E. Remblako 
Notary Public . • 

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August 29, 2003 




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LEGAL NOTICE 

On August 12, 2003 the Corporate Authorities of the Island Lake 
Sanitary District, Lake and McHenry Counties, Illinois passed 
"Ordinance 03-8, An Ordinance Annexing Certain Lands to the 
Island Lake Sanitary District" and said Ordinance having been 
published in the pamphlet form by the Corporate Authorities of 
the Island Lake Sanitary District are available at the office of the 
Sanitary District Clerk, 420 Timber Trail, Island Lake, Illinois, 

60042. 

William C. Kreiling 

Clerk 

Island Lake Sanitary District 

.0829E-6112-WL 
August 29, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 



STATE OF ILLINOIS ) 

) ss 

COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF ) 

Haley Hill Orozco ) 

For ) 

CHANGE OF NAME ) . 

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ness from the locatlon(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true and le- 
gal full name(8) -of the 
person(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ De Ann Rose Frederick 

July 30, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged' before me 
by the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 
30th day of July 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Rebecca Leon 

Notary Public 

Received: August 1 , 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0815C-6084-RL 
August 1 5, 22, 29, 2003 





be 



Public notice is hereby given that on 

ing one of the return days in the Circuit Court of the County of 
Lake, I will file my Petition in said Court praying for the change 
of my name from Halev Hill Orozco to that of Haley Hill WQlSQn, 



pursuant to the Statute in such case made and Provided. 

0829E-6113-LB 

August 29, 2003 

September5, 12,2003 

LEGAL NOTICE 
STATE OF WISCONSIN 
. MADISON MUNICIPAL COURT 

DANE COUNTY 
CITY OF MADISON, 

Plaintiff 
v. * SUMMONS 

J. HARRISON TRUST 
566 Lomond Dr. 
Mundelein, IL 60060 

Official Notice No. 202197012, 202192029 

Defendant(s). 

YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND REQUIRED TO AP- ' 
PEAR AS STATED BELOW TO ANSWER THE ATTACHED 
COMPLAINT: 

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PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 

Carmens Furniture Company 

NATURE/PURPOSE: 

Retail/service/use furniture 
store 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
1015 Belvidere Rd., Wauke- 

gan, IL 60085, 847-263-0100. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 

PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
' TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Carmen Delgado, 827 Grand 
Ave., Apt. 3, Waukegan, IL 

60085,847-599-0125. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned lntend(8) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the locatlon(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true and le- 
gal full name(s) of the 
person(8) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 

Is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ Carmen Delgado 

August 5, 2003 



The foregoing Instrument 

was acknowledged before me 

by the person(s) Intending to 

conduct the business this 5th 

day of August 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/a/ Eleanor A. Petruska 

. ' Notary Public 

Received: August 5, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0815C-6085-GP 
August 15, 22, 29, 2003 




PUBLIC NOTICE 



STATE OF ILLINOIS ) 

) SS 

COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH 
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY, ILLINOIS 
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF ) 
BRENDA GORDON ) 

WALTER GORDON ) 

For- ) 

CHANGE OF NAME ) 




PLACE: 



Madison Municipal Court 

210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Room 201 

Madison, Wl 53703 



ESULT IN A JUDGMEi 




Public notice Is hereby given that on Sftptemtrer 29. 2QQ3. be- 
ing one of the return days In the Circuit Court of the County of 
Lake, I will file my Petition In said Court praying for the change 
of my name from Bronda Gordon/Walter Gordon to that of fiiejh 
da Bishop/Mites Bishop , pursuant to the Statute In such case 

made and Provided. 

Dated at Grayslake. Illinois, August 1 9, 20Q3. 

0822D-6109-LV 

August 22, 29, 2003 

September 5, 2003 

PUBLIC NOTICE, 

NOTICE OF FILING 



THE DEMAND OF 




IT. OR THE C miRT MAY ISSUE 
YpUR ARREST. 



Dated 1 3 August, 2003 



Is! Steven C. Brist 
Assistant City Attorney . 
State Bar No.: 01005479 



0822D-6099-MN 

August 22, 29, 2003 
September 5, 2003 

LEGAL 
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 

FOX LAKE, ILLINOIS 

Public notice is hereby given pursuant to a Petition on file In the 
Village Clerk's office of the Village of Fox Lake, that a public 
hearing will be held on September 25, 2003 at 7:30 p.m. in the 
Village Hall, Fox Lake, Illinois, to hear the Petition of Roy V. & 
Marie Gundelach, owner of the following described real estate 

to-wit: 

EXHIBIT A 
Legal Description 

PARCEL ONE (PIN 05-11-400-001): 

The West 428 feet of the North 20 acres of the North West 
Quarter of the South East Quarter of Section 11. Township 45 
North, Range 9, East of the Third Principal Meridian, in Lake 
County. Illinois. 

PARCEL TWO (PIN 05-11-400-012): 

That part of the West 180.00 feet of the North 20 acres lying 
North of the South 289.54 feet and South of the North 290.00 
feet thereof of the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter 
of Section 11, Township 45 North, Range 9, East of the Third 
Principal Meridian, in Lake County, Illinois. 

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PARCEL THREE (PIN 05-11-400-013): 

The South 289.54 feet of the West 180 feet of the North 20 
acres of the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter and the 
West 286.42 feet of the Southwest Quarter of the Northwest 
Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (excepting the South 81.50 
feet thereof), all In Section 11. Township 45 North. Range 9, 
East of the Third Principal Meridian, in Lake County, Illinois. 



NORTHERN ILLINOIS GAS COMPANY 
d/b/a NICOR GAS COMPANY hereby gives 
notice to the public that it has filed with the Illinois 
Commerce Commission on August 5, 2003, testimo- 
ny and exhibits for Docket No. 02-0725 setting forth 
a reconciliation of the Company's Gas Supply Cost 
revenues with actual gas costs for 2002. 

Further information with respect thereto may be 

obtained either directly from this Company or by 

addressing the Chief Clerk of the Illinois Commerce 

Commission at Springfield, Illinois 62701. 

A copy of this filing may be inspected by an inter- 
ested, party at any business office of this Company. 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 

Plush 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 

Soft home furnishings (sew- 
ing) 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
729 Valley Park Drjve, Liber- 
tyville, IL 847-680-481 3, 847- 

791-0816. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Kathy Hogue, 729 Valley Park 
Drive, Ubertyville, IL 60048, 
847-680-4813. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) „■' 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the location(s) indi- 
cated and that the true and le- 
gal full name(s) of the 
person(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ Kathy Hogue 
July 28, 2003 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
28th day of July 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

Isl Gloria Hanson 

Notary Public 

Received: July 31 , 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0815C-6088-LB 
August 15, 22, 29, 2003 



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PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 

Tovars Landscaping 

NATURE/PURPOSE: 

Landscaping 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
021 Beachview Dr., Round 
Lake Beach, IL 60073, 847- 

420-1 262. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 

ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Jose L Tovar, 321 Beachview 
Dr., Round Lake Beach, IL 

60073, 847-420-1 262. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the location(s) indi- 
cated and that the true and le- 
gal full name(s) of the 
person(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ Jose L. Tovar 

August 6. 2003 WL^ 

' The foregoing Instrument 

was acknowledged before me 

by the person(s) intending to 

conduct the business this 6th 

day of August 2003. 

OFFICIALSEAL 

Isl Linda M. Paulson 

Notary Public 

Received: August 6, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

081 5C-6097-RL 
August 15, 22, 29, 2003 



dersigned Intend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the locatlon(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true and le- 
gal full name(s) of the 
person(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ George E. McKenzle 
August 14, 2003 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 

14th day of August 2003^ 

OFFICIALSEAL 

I si Martha Jane Gedvilas 

Notary.Rubiic 

Received: August 14, 2003 

. Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0822D-6102-FL 

August 22, 29 2003 

September 5, 2003 




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PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
'" NAME APPLICATION 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 

Image Matters Media 
NATURE/PURPOSE: . 
Printing (Business Cards) • 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
207 Lindy St., Ingleside, IL 

, 60041,847-587-8992. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE' OR RESIDENCE 

ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 

PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 

George E. McKenzie, 207 Lin 
dy St., Ingleside, I L 60041 , 

847-587-8992. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 

COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the un 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 

Fourth Quarter Consulting 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Real Estate Financial Serv- 
ices Consulting 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 

1134 Dawes St., Ubertyville, 

III. 60048 (847)247-0673. 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 

PERSON(S) owning; 

CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Christine M. Lies, 1134 
Dawes St., Libertyville, ILL v 

60048 (847)247-0673. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) . 

COUNTY OF LAKE ) , 

Tills is to certify .that theun-;. 
dersigned intendfsT'To con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the location(s) indi- 
cated and that the true or real, 
full name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business is/are cor- 
rect as shown. 



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d/b/a Nicor Gas Company 
- G . Bchrens, Vice President 



LEGAL NOTICE 
TAKE NOTICE 

TO: 

Elizabeth C. Salazar 

Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems, Inc. 

BNC Mortgage, Inc. C/O Illinois Corporation Service C, R.A. 

Gustavo Sandoval A/K/A Gustavo S. Tellez 

Jose Luis Tellez • ' ' 

Quail Creek Homeowners Association C/O Steven R. Heuberger 

as R.A. 

Villa Management LTD C/O Steven R. Heuberger as R A 

Lake County Clerk ' 



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STATE OF ILLINOIS 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL 

CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY - IN PROBATE • • 
In the Matter of the Estate of \'^ m 

Patricia A. Suk, No. 02 P 005 

Deceased 

CLAIM NOTICE 
Notice is given of the death of Patricia A. Suk of Wauconda, 
nois. Letters of Office were issued on January 3, 2002, to Peter 
J. Suk III, whose attorney is Walter Schummer, 137 West Park 
Avenue, Libertyville, IL 60048. 

Claims against the estate may be filed at the office of the Clerk 
of the Circuit Court at 18 N. County Street, Waukegan, Illinois ' 
60085, Room C-104, or with representative, or both, on or be- 
fore February 15, 2004, which date Is not less than 6 months. 



Isl Christine M. Lies 
August 11. 2003 

The foregoing instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 
11th day of August 2003. 

OFFICIALSEAL 

Isl Jeffrey T. Rubinstein 

Notary Public 

Received: August 13, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0822D-6104-LB 
August 22, 29, 2003 

Septembers, 2003 




PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: . 

VZ&Y Homecare 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Individual and family services 

ADDRESS(ES)- WHERE--) 

BUSINESSISTO.BE 

CONDUCTED'ORJRANS- 

ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
508 Woodhaven Dr.,'Munde 



leln.IL 60060 (847)566-2395. 
rore r-eoruary \o, zuuh, winwi uoio io mwi iom»««" «...«.....- r ■. MAMP/q \ Awn POST \ 

from the date of the first publication of this notice and any claim *-*g^gf> R RESIDENCE 

not filed within that period is barred. Copies of any claim filed Innnpq^FsVoF THE 

witH the Clerk must be mailed or delivered to the representative.-, pgpsON(S) OWNING,. 

/s/ Peter J. Suk III, Representative 
Isl Walter Schummer, Attorney 



Witn tne CierK musi oe maiiea or ueuveieu iu uio luyioooi 

and to the attorney within 10 days after.it is filed. , . Jfc* 



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Persons in occupancy or actual possession of said property and 
Unknown Owners or parties of interest In said land or lots. 



A Petition for Tax Deed on the premises described below has 
been filed with the Circuit Clerk of LAKE County, Illinois as Ct 
Number 00TX1 03TD1 81 



Property Located at: 563 Quail Creek Dr., Grayslake, Illinois 
60030 



Parcel #: 06-26-205-040 
Cert #: 06-26-205-040 



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Location of property is: South of .Illinois Highway Route 59 and 

East of Windmill Road •■/■ n 

The common address is: 26479 W, Grand Ave., 34437 N. Wind- 
mill Road, 36425 N. Windmill Road. • 
Petitioner is requesting the following: Parcel 1 zoned B3 and 

heard. - .-. --— .. -*«• — « — *.. s*_...4u A . 



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Resoectfullv submitted. On 12/1 1/2003 at 1:30 P.M. at the County Courthouse In Room 

Respectfully suommeo, ., _ . ^ ^ pQtJtjoner w||| make an application t0 8UC h Court In salt 



Ron Stochl, Chairman 
Fox Lake Zoning .Board of Appeals 
Dated at Fox Lake, Illinois 
This 22nd day of August, 2003 

0829E-6114-FL 
' August 29, 2003 



County for an Order for the issuance of a Tax Deed. 



STATE OF ILLINOIS . . : , 
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NINETEENTH JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT, LAKE COUNTY - IN PROBATE 
In the Matter of the Estate of 

Viola L Bullock, No. 03 P 562 

Deceased 

CLAIM NOTICE , 

Notice is given of the death of Viola L Bullock of Ubertyville, llll- 
nois. Letters of Office were Issued on July 10, 2003, to peter W. 
Bullock, whose attorney is Walter Schummer, 137 West park 
Avenue.Libertyyille, IL 60048. , », v.... ; . ■;> 
Claims against the estate may be filed at the office of the Clerk 
of the Circuit 'Court at' 18 N. County Street,' Waukegan, Illinois 
> 6Q0B5, Room C-104, or with representative, or both, on or be- 
fore February 15, 2004, which date is not less than 6 months 
from the date of the first publication of this notice and any claim 
not filed within that period Is barred., Copies of any claim filed 
with the Clerk must be mailed or delivered to the representative 
and to the attorney within 1 days after it Is filed. 



CONDUCTING OR _ 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 

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Auaust15 22 29 2003 Dr., Mundelein, IL. 60060 
August 15, ^. <*, *uiw (847)566 . 2395> Natalya vany. 

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STATE OF ILLINOIS) 

COUNTY OF LAKE ) 
•This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intend(s). to con- 
duct the, above named busi- 
ness from the locatW^sJ'lndl-- 
cated and that the. trub or; real 

fulljiame(s) of the person(s)" 
owning, conducting "or 'trans<; 
acting the business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown. . ■ ;\ 

Is/ Vladimir Zototarev* -V 
/s/ Tatyana Zolotareva 

Vs/ Natalya Yahyshyn 
August 12, 2003 

The foregoing instrument • 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s)' Intending to, 
conduct . the business this 
12th day of August 2003. 




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OFFICIAL SEAL 

Isl Ella Sazonova 

Notary Public 

Received: August 18; 2003 

Wlllard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0822D-6108-MN 
August 22, 29, 2003 

September 5, 2003 



PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME application 
NAME OF BUSINESS: 
Wee Sale Shop 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 

Children's resale boutique 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
428LakeSt.,Antioch, IL 

60002. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Tammle Holland, 9432 276th 
Ave.', Salem, Wise. 531 68, 

(262)889-2265. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the location(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting , or trans- 
acting the business Is/are cor- 
rect as shown, 
/s/ Tammle Holland 
August 14. 2003 




The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending to 
conduct the business this 
"14th day of August 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/s/ Sharon L Com 

Notary Public 

Received: August 14, 2003 

Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0822D-6107-AN 
August 22, 29, 2003 

September 5, 2003 

PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME APPLICATION 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 

DHQ Publishing 

NATURE/PURPOSE: 

Music publishing co. 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
610 Deerpath Dr., Linden- 
hurst, IL 60046, 847-265- 

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NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
David Hibbard, 610 Deerpath 
Dr., Llndenhurst, IL 60046, 

847-265-1 576. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 

COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned intend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the location(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true and le 



gal full name(s) of the 
person(s) owning, conducting 
or transacting the business 
Is/are correct as shown, 
/s/ David Hibbard 
August 19, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
19th day of August 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 
is/ Martha Jane Gedvilas 

Notary Public 

Received: August 19, 2003 

Wlllard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0822D-6110-LN 
August 22, 29, 2003 

September 5, 2003 




PUBLIC NOTICE 

ASSUMED BUSINESS 

NAME application 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 
HERESMYHOME.COM 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
Online Advertising for Real 
tors & Home Sellers 
ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
25628 W. Wilson Ave., Wau- 
conda, ILL 60084. (847)875- 

1956. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Antoinette Sabel, 25628 W. 
Wilson Ave., Wauconda, ILL. 




60084. (847)875-1956. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

This is to certify that the un- 
dersigned intend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the location(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(8) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business Is/are cor- 
as shown. jBBHHB 
/&/ Antoinette Sabel 
August 12, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
12th day of August 2003. 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

/&/ Janet S, Jarva 
Notary Public 
Received: August 21 , 2003 
Willard R. Helander 
Lake County Clerk 

0829E-6117-WL 

August 29, 2003 

September 5, 1 2, 2003 




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PUBLIC NOTICE 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 

j NAME application 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 
A One Distributing 
NATURE/PURPOSE: 
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ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 



BUSINESS IS TO BE 
CONDUCTED OR TRANS- 
ACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
34777 Peterson Ave., Ingle- 
side, ILL. 60041, (847) 740- 
3755. 

NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES)OFTHE 
PERSON(S) OWNING, 
CONDUCTING OR 
TRANSACTING BUSINESS 
Thomas E., Michelle L. Parkl- 
son, 34777 N. Peterson Ave., 
Ingleside, ILL 60041. 

(847)740-7116. 
STATE OF ILLINOIS) 
COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

. This Is to certify that the un- 
dersigned Intend(s) to con- 
duct the above named busi- 
ness from the location(s) Indi- 
cated and that the true or real 
full name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or trans- 
acting the business is/are cor- 
rect as shown, 
/s/ Thomas E. Parklson 

August 19, 2003 

Isl Michelle L Parklson 

August 19, 2003 

The foregoing Instrument 
was acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) Intending to 
conduct the business this 
19th day of August 2003. '■ 

OFFICIAL SEAL 

v /s/Caridad Vejvoda 

Notary Public 

Received: August 19, 2003 

■■:',.':" Willard R. Helander 

Lake County Clerk 

0829E-6118-FL 

August 29, 2003 

September 5, 12, 2003 




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In this* Illinois : Lancbcape Conlraclors ■Association 
(ILCA) Excellence in Landscape Award photo, Iho 
requested formal from entry is designed to frame Hie 
home Willi wide plaining beds along Hie foundation. 
A large liiuestone sloop Is accented hy Liinnonslone 

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manicuMI Boxwood, seasonal flowers, and 
Sei-viceherries accent : the entry, while taller 
Washington Hawthorns at each -comer -further-frame 
the stone facade. - Pl'iotq courtesy of Illinois 
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chilled for six weeks prior to planting out- 
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Like brand new in this 2 year old hprne! 3 BEDROOMS & LOFT, 
2.5 baths, 2 story w/fiill basement on ex-large lot for the tots! Great 
floor plan w/living/dining room combo, open to the kitchen w/42" 
cabinets and eating area bump out extended! rolled w/UPGRADES 
throughout docs increase this homes value! Lake Villa schools, too! 

Only $217,000. 



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In Spring Grove: 3 bedrooms, 2 baths hillside ranch! Living room, 
Uig kitchen w/oak cabinets, eating area that is open to the family 
room w/vaultcd ceiling & fireplace, easy for entertaining! Super 
si/c master bedroom, bath & walk-in closet. Full English • 
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4 bedrooms raised ranch with unfinished space for future 
family room, cat-in kitchen nnd nice sized living room, 
too. On corner DOUBLE LOT, fenced for plenty of 
privacy. Large barn style shed, too! In Lake Villa 
For $170,000. 

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The complete package, 1998 I bedroom mobile home on 
2 channel front lots, YOU OWN! In pristine condition for 
you to enjoy! Living room overlooks the golf course & 
lake from the sliders! Gated community w/ club house and 
pool! Must sec to appreciate! In Lakcmoor. For $44,650. 

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the Overbrook (D6713), would be 
ideal for the narrow, odd shaped 
lots that are being sold today. It 
has 1,514 square feet of living 
space with 1,047 square feet of unfinished 
basement and 510 square feet of unfinished 
storage area. It has arched windows, some 
with shutters, and each one paned. The cov- 
ered porch runs across the face of the 
Overbrook and provides an added touch to 
the facade. 

The front door opens into the living room 
with tall 18-foot ceilings. There is a corner 
fireplace adjacent to the stairs that lead up to 
the second floor and down to the basement. 
Beyond the stairs is the kitchen with a rear 
dining room. The kitchen runs along two 
walls with a pantry cabinet and an eating bar 
facing the dining room. There is a door to the 
two-car garage near the stairs. 

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lined in windows. Doors go out to the back- 
yard and in to the master suite. . 
The master suite runs the entire length of 
right side. It has a nice sized suite area with 
plenty of windows. Built-into the hall area 
leading to the master bath is a dresser and a 
vanity. The walk-in closet is large and long. 
The sink is in the hall and the tub and stool 
are adjacent to the closet. 

Across from the stairs to the second floor 
are the washer and dryer, tucked in a closet 
out of the way as well as a half-bath for use by 
the family or guests. Upstairs there are two 
bedrooms, each with wall closets and full 
bath with a tub between. A large linen closet 
provides linen for the two rooms. There are 
two unfinished storage areas that could be 
developed later as bedrooms or play areas or 
just for storage. 

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Grove, OR 97424. Please 

specify plan name (OVER- 
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ordering both for $29.95. For 
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home may draw a lot of attention, but if the 
home turns out to be the size of a walk-in 
closet, is it worth the money? 

"There is always a close distinction 
between price and affordability, or 
value," said Bill Gronow, an operating 
partner of Arlington Heights based 
Kennedy Homes. "What it comes down 
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community is base-priced at $198,900, or 
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'economy sized' product is always the 
biggest one on the shelf." 

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for the dollar, but the most living space. "Of 
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buyers, but if the home only includes 1,200 
square feet or so of living space, that's not 
much space for that amount of money, he 
noted. "It figures out to be about $140 per 
square foot." 

At each of its eight communities how in 
development throughout the Chicagos sub- 
urbs, Kennedy Homes has rethought and 
retooled its design process and construction 
practices to keep its home base prices as far 
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itself is the important thing," he added. 
"The amenities they choose can then be 
decided by their personal tastes and their 
budget, but by keeping the tight reign oh the 
price per square foot, we're able to get them 
in the home they want and with the space . 
they need." 

Comparing homes by the price per 
square foot is also the simplest first step fo 
home shoppers, he added. "Once they have 

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6 BR home on 5.45 ucrcs in prestigious Hum Club Farms. 2-3 
stall barn w/iuck room & wash rock. Fenced paddocks. 2-slory 
great room w/marble fireplace. Cherry kit. w/gronile tops & vault- 
ed eating area w/views of the grounds. 4 car garage. Finished 
bsmt. 4 full & 2 half hams, tall ceilings, architectural molding, 
tray ceilings, 1st fl master w/whirlpool bath. Virtual Reality Tour 
at lakeeountyhome.com $1,150,000. 

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Huge home designed to take advantage of the fabulous 
lake view. Equestrian lot in Wadworth's Hunt Club 
Farms, home has 2-story living room & study. Large 
foyer with circular staircase. Walk-out basement. Marble, 
granite, hardwoods, molding. SI, 360,000 

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WADSWORTH 

Fabulous proposed luxury estate home on 3.6 acre lot in Hunt club 
Farms. 1st & 2nd floor master suiles. Huge rooms, 4 bedrooms, 4.5 
baths, 2 firplaccs. 4 card garage. Loaded with tumble, granite, 
lurdvvoods & architectural moldings. $ 1 ,220,000 



STONE RANCH ON 1 5 ACRES! 

I, (XX) ft. concrete tree-lined drive leads to huge home 
with finished walk-out including 2nd kitchen! 60x40 
bum for ull your equipment/toys. 7.5 acres fenced so 
bring your horses. 5 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths and 2 fire- 
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^ u ^ ■ 5 Bdrm brick home in prestigious Hunt Club Farms on 4.59 acre 

equestrian lot. 2-sty family room w/fircplace. Bayed living & din- 
ing rooms. Kitchen has granite tops & hardwood floor. Master 
suite has sitting area, trayed ceiling, whirlpool & walk-in closets. 
Bayed room w/bcautiful view of equestrian center. $975,000. 



Well-maintained Inglcsidc home w/tons of room for enter- 
taining or for spacious living. Vaulted fam rm w/fircplacc. 
Access to deck, inground pool & gazebo. 2 car attached +3 
car detached heated garage w/roughed-in plumbing. 80x40 
x-tall pole bam. Priced for quick sale! $640,000 

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GURNEE EXECUTIVE HOME 

Brick & cedar beauty. Circular staircase highlighted in 2- 
story marble foyer. 4 br.. 4 bath double dr entry into master 
with FP. walk-in closet & balcony. Bonus area for possible 
bedroom. 3 car garage. Hardwood firs, ceramic tiled sun- 
rooms, 2 fireplaces bsmt roughed-in bath & FP. $629,900 



FIRST FLOOR MASTER SUITE 

Wadsworth Hunt Club Farms beauty on 2.2 acre wooded lot! 
Master has fireplace & luxury bath. Vaulted fam. rm. w/gor- 
gcous fireplace & custom hardwood molded ceiling. Fin. 
bsmt. w/lst class wine cellar, txsting niu exercise rm. & 
home theater. A 10! $890,000 



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Ranch w/beamed cathedral ceiling in great room. White 
gourmet kitchen w/vaultcd ceiling. Finished bsmt. with 
2 bdrms. rec. rm. & work area. Huge deck & above- 
ground pool. $519,000 

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LUXURY HOMESITE 

WADSWORTH $399,900 . 

5.2 1 acre lake lot In Wadsworlh's prestigious Hunt Club 
Farmsl This lot would allow horses. 

COMMERCIAL LOT 

GURNEE $650,000 

3.64 acres - Prime commercial vacant land with all 

utilities to or near the site. High traffic area. 

I WAUKEGAN $120,000 • ; •£$ • 

Acre zoned M-CR with view or Lake Michigan! Suitable 
for boat storage, commercial park or lake oriented 
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INDUSTRIAL LOT 

.4 acre GURNEE lot. Option for land. 8.000 sq. it. 
bldg. or build to suit. $ 1 20.000. Second lot available 
adjacent for $ 1 20.000. Can combine lots. Option to 
build up to 20.000 sqJU 

MULTI-FAMILY LAND 
GURNEE $350,000 . 

4 Acres targeted for 2-4 units/acre! Convenient Qurnec 
location. Perfect for condos or apartment buildings. All 
utilities near or to sltel City water & sewerl Adjacent .50 
acre targeted for 2-4 units/acre; also with all utilities, 
available for $75,000. 

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EQUESTRIAN ESTATE 

15.6 Acres (2 lots) in Wadsworth's Hunt Club Farmsl 9 stall bam 
w/attached Indoor heated arena. 3 DR Tarm/caretaker's house. 
Large paddocks. Direct access to 10 miles or bridle trails. Unique 
opportunity for beautiful property close to major highways. 
S 1 020 (XX) 

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VICTORIAN FARMHOUSE 

Victorian Farmhouse on acre in Watlsworth's Jonathan 
Knolls! 1st & 2nd floor master suites. Circular sunroom. 
2-sty. fam. rm. w/fircplucc. 3 car garage. 4 bedroom. 2 
fireplaces. 3-1/2 baths. Built by North Shore's Alim 
Builders. $849,900 

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GURNEE 

4 Bedroom + Study Spacious Home in desirable SouihRidge 
on quite cul-de-sac. 2 sty foyer with hardwood floor. Vaulted fam. rm. 
w/brick fireplace & oak built-in entertainment center. Access to huge 
sundeck. 1st fl study. Oak kitchen w/bayed eating area. Master has 
sitting rm, his/her walk-in closets & whirlpool baih. $499,000 

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4 bedroom home on 1 .9 ucrc lot in beautiful Jonathan 
Knolls in Wadsworth. Large kitchen w/2-story bayed 
breakfast area. Master has imy ceiling, sitting rm., 
luxury bath. Quality built by Alim Builders. $699,000 



1 .67 ACRE WOODED LOT 

New construction in Wadsworth's Jonathan Knolls, 
family mi. w/frplc. Trayed master w/vaulled sitting _^ 
w/frplc, his/her walk-ins, whirlpool bath. 1st 0. rwdroonfe 
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Older home in good condition. Newer windows & front 
porch. New 2 car garage. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths, fireplace. 
On acre in established section of Gumee, Gumee schools 
$^99 900 

RICHARD CAPOCCIONI • (847) 223-7878 



GURNEE ON .34 ACRES 

3 bedrm, 2 bath home on beautiful fenced and wooded lot. 
Living room hns firlacc. Gumee schools. 2 car attached 
garage. Great starter home! $164,900 

RICHARD CAPOCCIONI • (847) 223-7878 



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New 3 bdrm, 2 bath condo in Gregg Unding's Shadow Creek. 
One floor living with vaulted ceilingsl Kitchen has granite tops 
& slider to balcony. Great rm w/fircplacc/media center. All 
appliances, hardwood floors, end unit 2 car garage. $376,600 

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Great 4 bedroom cape cod. One bedroom could 

be a nice den. Many new upgrades. Family 

room with wood burning fireplace. Oak 

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Ranch w/full fin. bsmt. -3 bdrm. 1 1/2 bath. 
Steps to park, lake, forest & bcach.-Liv. rm.-Din. 
'rm.-Eat-in kit. w/appls. Master bdrm w/1/2 
bath. Finished bsmt. w/fam. rm.-playroom & 
workshop. Deck. Attached 2 car garage. 

(3130) 

$179,900 

CENTURY 21 LEECH & ASSOC. 

847-356-3400 





THIS IS THE ONE! 

Iwo year old ranch. Loaded with upgrades. 
Hardwood floors, open floor plan. Custom 
kitchen, appliances stay. Prof, landscaped, 
fenced yard w/in-ground pool. Mst. Suite boasts 
dbl. walk-in closets & spacious bath. 

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$299,900 

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tolerance. 

Planning a deck doesn't 
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with building a deck, problems can arise 
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Absolutely gorgeous english with newly 
completed luxurious master suite. Stunning 
1st floor family room w/vaulted ceiling & 
fireplace. Huge garage/8ft. overhead, park & 
schools 2 blks, conv to transportation. 
< 3, 25) $479,900 



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Liv. rm. Din rm., Eat-in kitchen w/breakft. 
bar opens to fam. rm. w/fireplace. & wet bar. 
4 season sun room, w/hot tub. Deluxe 
master suite. Rec. rm. w/bar. Den. Great rm. 
sizes. 3 car garage. 

(3124) $369,900 

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847-356-3400 



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family room, walkout basement. Easy 
move in. 

(3116) $429,900 



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This is probably the most basic issue 
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the home's design, access in and out of the 
house (the project doubles in scope if a 
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available outside, the grade of the yard 

which impacts the deck's height and exist- 
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How will it attach to the house? 

Decks can be built free-standing. But 
for convenience most people do want 
them attached to the house, and that rais- 
es questions about how the siding will be 
cut away at the point of attachment and 
whether there's solid house framing acces- 
sible at that point to properly support the 
deck. 

How many footings and posts will be 
needed to support the deck and where 
will they go? 

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beams which support the joists and the 
deck boards. The bigger deck, the more 
footings you'll need. 
What size beams will hi» npprfoH for tim 

spans between posts 

There are formulas to determine the 
sizes based on the spans. But the general 

rule is that the more footings used on a 
given span the smaller the beams need to 

be, so maximizing the footings will mini- 
mize the beams and vice-versa. 
What size joists will be needed at what 
spacing to span between beams? 

Joist size can vary from 2x6 to 2x10, and 
the spacing can be 12", 16" or 24" on cen- 
ter. Again there are formulas to determine 
the sizes and the spacing, but the bigger 
the deck, the bigger the joists and the clos- 
er you'll need to space them for proper 
support. 

What size will the deck boards be? 

The most popular sizes are 2x4, 2x6 
and 5/4x6. The most obvious difference 
is in the board width: 2x4 's produce 
more seams in a deck surface than 2x6's. 








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face, but it ends up being about the 

same amount of wood overall and about 
the same price. 

What what kind of wood will the deck 
boardsbe? 

Redwood, cedar and pressure- treated 
pine are all popular deck board options. 
Each will resist moisture decay, and even 
though they look very different when new 
they all weather to a similar shade of gray. 
Many people will prefer one over the oth- 
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determined by price, availability and qual- 
ity which vary greatly for each of the three 
options. 

Building Permits 

Most municipalities will require a 

building permit for the construction of 
any deck,' especially if it's to be attached to 
the house or it's more than 30 inches 
above ground. 

It's an important part of the process 
because of the health andsafety issues 
involved and because of the money it 
can save you by spotting potential prob- 
lems, avoiding damage and repairs later 
on. Plus some homeowners insurance 
policies will not cover accidents involv- 
ing construction that does not meet 
local codes. 

There's a fee involved with most per- 
mit applications, but it's designed to cover 
the cost of a plan review before construc- 
tion and the field inspections that'll be 
done after work begins. 

During the plan review, local code offi- 
cials can note code conflicts in your plan 
before materials are purchased and make 
suggestions as needed. 

Field inspections help insure that 
you're installing materials safely and 
according to code, so be sure to find out 
what inspections are required in your area. 

For example, in areas where frost foot- 
ings are required, they'll probably want to 
inspect the depth of your footings before 
you fill them so don't forget to call them 
when you get to that stage. 
NOTE: The plan review and inspections are 
not designed to be a guarantee of the work 
but are done to improve the building safety 
in the community for the life of the struc- 
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The average premium for homeowner's 
insurance has increased eight percent nation- 
wide since 2001, according to the Insurance 
Information Institute. With rates constantly 
on the rise, now is a good time to review your 
policy to find ways to save money. 

Here are a few recommendations to keep, 
your rates within reason: • 

•Shop around. Compare quotes from at 
least three insurance companies and then 
evaluate which can provide you with the best 
customer service and level of coverage, while 
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the cheapest quote may not be the most 
appropriate for your needs," said Will Luther, 
regional vice president, Coldwell Banker 
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need to make a claim, quality of service will 
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insurance policies are through the same 
insurer. Group policies through an employer 
or professional group may be an option as 
well. 

, • Home security discounting. Certain 
safety features installed in your home can 
lower costs even more. For example, installing 
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lock can allow you to save at least five percent 
on the premium. Putting in a state-of-the-art 
fire or burglar alarm that notifies security 
stations or a sophisticated sprinklersys- 
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14B8 Eagle Ridge Drive, 103,000 
25303 Richmond Ave, 375,000 
42751 Poplar St, 57,600 
40857 Park Ave., 395,000 
22170 Mitchell La, 525,000 
261 16 Calhoun, 11 B.000 

39486 Circle Ave., 220,000 
241 Old Mill Trail, 265.000 
29868 Harbor Ridge Dr., 55,000 
40396 Sunset, 340,000 
533 Indian Trail, 244,900 
601 Summcrlyn Dr., 258,842 
734 Summcrlyn Dr., 182,500 
43237 Lake Ave, 57,000 . 
23560 DriarTcrracc, 163,000 
14 Vandcrmecr, 186,867 
1116 Edgewater Lane, 262,500 



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12665 Adelaide, 239,000 
10395 Yorkhousc, 139,000 
1121 Otto Graham La, 197300 
10243 Crissy, 125,000 
38285 Gcraghty, 60.000 
38068 Sheridan PL, 189,000 
38260 Russell Ave., 160,000 
38017 Manor, 166,000 
10337 Illinois, 187,000 
37511 Northern Ra\, 179,900 
37565 Lyons Woods Ct., 271.400 
10467 Chicago, 113,980 
12673 Graves, 96.000 
10128 Beach Rd, 135,000 
11284 Edgcwood, 120,000; 
1 129 Bob O'Farrell Lane, 187,000 
9888 Oak Forest, 142,000 



EQ2QAKE 

205 Rainier Way, 169,900 

150 Eagle Point Rd., 143,500 
19-2 St Thomas, 55,000 

16 Holly Ave., 167,000 
1032 Trudy Lane, 238,000 
251 RainlerWay, 167,000 






25 Hlghvicw, 148.000 *" 

38 Oak Street, 26,000 

43 Nassau Colong 7, 43,000 

172 Forest, 156,100 

191-3 Howard Court, 121,000 

85 Edison Court, 85,000 

1176 Dcerpath, 48,000 

16 Undcn, 150,000 

52-1 Oak Hill, 70,500 

2 Ridgcland, 195,000 

13-7 St Thomas, 46,500 

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1270 Prairie Orchid La, 480.000 

1080 Chadwick Dr., 187,000 

802 Merrill, 205.000 
32020 Pine Ave., 300,000 

753 Cherry Creek Dr.. 172,000 
1 190 Warwick Court, 226.000 

33601 Evergreen, 120,000 

1489 WIndflower, 317,500 

1297 Hedgerow Dr. Lot 131, 506,573 

464 Wood Duck Ct, 275,000 

1315 Mayfair Lane, 272,000 

1736 Maplewood, 166,000 

346 Normandy. 192,000 

1384 Longchamps, 171.000 

1704 Belle Haven, 251,000 



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5166 Cheshire, 117,300 

432 Whitctall.Dr., 224,900 • 

132 Brittany Lane, 182,000 

496 Ermson, 205,000 
81 Haines Dr., 184,294 
406 Patrlo Dr., 184,202 

PND1AN CREEK 

1 232 Tiffany Cour, 380,000 

1436 Gregory Court, 368,000 

|AKE VILLA 

21341 Englc Drive. 17,000 

1701 Mulberry, 282,220 
"36855 Alice Ln, 131, 900j 

38685 Rt 59, 195,700 

638 Winchester Lane, 166,900 

607 Benton, 161,500 
602 Benton, 163,000 
37194 Granada Blvd. 55,000 
38848 Cedar Crest, 310,000 
39188 Cedar Crest Drive, 380.000 
37 Burnett, 223,700 
25181 Warren, 270,000 
624 Pine View Pass, 169,900 

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318 Cook. 395,000 

1537 Jessica Line. 605.000 

424 Cook Ave., 407.000 

205 Kcnloch. 260,000 

086 Fairway, 457,000 

207 Stewart, 395,000 

117 Stewart, 262.000 

1816 Cardinal Court, 360.000 

1203 Flamingo Parkway, 261.000 

2007 Forest Creek, 3 1 1 ,000 

215 Pond Ridge Road, 330.000 





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1446Woodbury Circle, 281,000 
5821 Oxford Circle, 186,500 
1430 Gamet, 240,000 
1516 Arlington, 262,000 
746 DruryCt, 136.000 
9 17 Vose Dr., 106,000 
4139 Bennett, 224,500 
254 Wellington Cir., 155,000 
6743 Roanoake Court, 155,000 
3912 Blackstonc, 244,888 
17326 Maple Lane, 134,900 
1463 Woodbury, 238,000 



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264 Crceksldc Ct, 299353 
271 Crcckside Court, 320.386 
2315 Carriag Lane, 189.000 
2017 Burr Oak Lane, 139,500 
2861 Fulling Waters Ln., 160,480 
81 1 Blue Spruce, 174.000 
320 Cross Creek. 328,957 
620 Crosswind Ln., 1 10,000 
1719 Grand Aw., 219,500 
138 Crooked Lake Lane. 240.000 
843 Blue Sprue, 177,000 
* 3025 Farmington, 233,500 



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G3 Laurel Drive, 170,000 
2006 Falling Waters, 165,000 
2018 Rolling Ridge Lane, 152,000 
3161 Falling Waters Lane, 151,500 
2036 Haven lane, 344,000 
2505 Timber Lane, 190,500 
MUNDELEIN 
1294 Dunleer Dr., 218,000 
1350 Orleans Dr., 174,000 
1022 Thomas Blvd., 250,000 
50 Windsor, 232,500 
1300 Darnell, 215,000 
1731 Leeds Court, 257,000 
1 623 Woodhaven Court, 161,500 
152 Prairie Avenue, 139,000 
520 Bobby Lane, 107,500 

220 Pinehurst, 203,145 
1305 Orleans Drive, 170.000 
125 Chandler, 170,000 

RICHMOND 

10110 Main, 141,000 
5722 George St., 67,000 

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647 Avilon. 152.000 
.32837 Cedar lake, 280,000 
1979 Heron View Way, 223.860 
24577 Clinton Ave., 102,900 
1409 Walnut Dr., 105300 
320 Haywood, 181,000 

161 Thistle Court, 167,490 
409 Lakcwood Terrace, 120,670 

24811 Orchard PI, 117.101 

SPRING GROVE 

9013 Anthony Ln.. 290.000 
2105 Bonner, 257.000 
1602 Applcwood Lane, 288,500 
38471 7th Ave., 120,000 
7808 River Drive, 128,000 
' 751 rVilla Vista, 163,000 
38173 Lee, 154.000 
25, 25A Woodland, 39,000 



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352 Bay Tree Circle; 288,157 
272 Hunter, 337,000 
136 Midway, 286,000 
1004 Centurion Lane. 100.000 

335 Albert Drive, 226.000 

336 Somerset Ln., 123,000 



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way each generation lives. Today, 
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multifunctional great rooms having more in 
common with a Colonial period keeping room 
than with a sequestered, straight-laced living 

room. 

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and activities in one space. By merging rooms, 
it acknowledges being a part of each other's 
lives while lending each activity a feeling of 
greater spaciousness and importance. 

But over the several decades that the fami- 
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part of more and more homes, it has been 
learned diat it's not enough simply to knock 
down walls. Rather, the key to making these 
spacious, multipurpose rooms inviting is to 
imbue them with a feeling of psychological 
and physical comfort 

"Rather than crowding rooms with memo- 
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of comfort," says David Chu, founder of the 
global lifestyle brand, Nautica. Known original- 
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includes a range of furniture and products for 
the home. "For me," Chu says, "a sense of 
serenity — especially in a busy space like a 
great room — comes from blending classic 
design elements from the past with clean, 
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family activities, creating a tasteful, coordinat- 
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imagination the great room can blend function 
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comfort and pleasing aesthetics. Here's how: 

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conversation, play, and, importanUy, unob- 
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room that won't disturb ongoing activities. 

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food and drink-proof surfaces where children 
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lighted display of your favorite treasures. The 
furniture's warm oak is familiar and comfort- 
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sophisticated feel. And because it's not built-in, 
should you move, you can take it with you. 

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weight of pieces with the size and height of the 
room. Nautica's L-shaped Winward sectional is 
perfect to "float" in a room, anchoring die cen- 
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allowing passage around it. Strong, simple fab- 
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as beauty. Tables with drawers and shelves add 
valuable, convenient storage; a versatile 
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your deajer's instructions to balance the vvater as needed. 

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summer is drawing to a close 
and backward activities will 
soon be slowing down; but that 
doesn't mean you shouldn't 

take care of your lawn just as you would if 
spring were right around the corner! As a 
matter of fact, there are several things you 
can do now to get your lawn ready for winter 

and, ultimately, the following spring. 

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leaves 

With the advent of autumn, it's inevitable 
that leaves will change color and fall to the 
ground. Once your trees lose their leaves, it's 
important to mulch them or pick them up. 
Flat leaves, such as those of the maple tree, 
will lie on your lawn and smother grass. If 
you rake your lawn, don't let the piles sit too 
long. Piles of leaves can prevent air and light 
from reaching the grass, thereby suffocating . 

it. .. 

An easy way to dispose of leaves is to use 

your lawn mower to mulch them into the 

grass. This process can add valuable nutrients 

to your lawn. If there is simply way too much 

leaf litter, pick up the leaves and add them to 

your mulch pile or garden. Decomposing 

leaves are great for loosening clay soils. They 

add moisture and nutrient-holding capacity 

to sandy soils. 

The final cut 

Don't put that mower away just yetl 
When vour crass quits crowing and the last 



fallen leaves need mulching, it's time to give 
your lawn one last cut. Set your mower 
blades so they cut the lawn relatively high. At 
this point in the year, grass takes in nutrients 
to store in its roots for a healthy start in the 
spring. If you cut your grass too low, it greatly 
slows down this process. If you cut the grass 
too short and cold weather comes early, your 
lawn may not be able to store enough energy 
for spring. The result, is called winterkill. 

"The Lawn Institute recommends that 
northern and southern grasses be cut 
between 1 1 /2 and 2 inches long," says Mike 
Archer, master gardener and market develop- 
ment and research coordinator for 
Milorganite. "Do not remove more than one- 
third of the leaf at one mowing. You should 
always mow when the grass is dry to prev 
promoting and spreading lawn diseases; and 
keep your blade sharp for a nice, clean cut." 



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Fertilizer should be applied twice in the ; 
fall. The first application should be made two 
months before your lawn goes dormant for 
the winter to help your lawn store energy. A 
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mant. Use a slow release fertilizer, such as 
Milorganite 6-2-0, at this time. A slow-release- 
fertilizer will not leach into groundwater dur- 
ing the winter months. As a result, the lawn 
will utilize more nutrients instead of letting 

them go to waste. 

"The only time you should not perform a 

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Augustine grass lawn or a southern turf type," 
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fall is a great time to aerate. Aeration improves 
water penetration into the ground. If also 
allows fall fertilizer to penetrate into the soil, 

grass roots. Aeration speeds up the 
process of getting lawns ready for winter's 
harsh weather. 



panies that provide this service, or if you're 
the do-it-yourself type, you can rent an aera- 
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According to Archer, if a lawn is more 

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respond better to fertilizing. When seeding, 
the holes should fill to about three-quarters c 

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mention, you'll be enjoying your lush, green 
lawn earlier in the spring, while your neigh- 
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summer instead of running the air conditioner 
contiriuously, excessively damp soil can be a 
problem. Moisture- and mold-laden air is 
drawn into the house and this increases indoor 



humidity. 

The inexpensive metal or plastic mesh gutter guards are better than nothing to keep 
gutters clean. ... 

There are several designs of gutter guards that are much more effective. They are 
permanently attached over the gutters because cleaning should not be required after 
they are installed. They are made of either aluminum or plastic and are available in 
many colors. Aluminum ones are most durable. 

Most of these are solid covers that rely on the principle of "water adhesion." Slots or 



small holes for the water to enter the gutter are located underneath a lip or on the verti- 
cal side. The leaves and other large debris fall over the edge to the ground. Any tiny 
debris that remains in the water just flows through the gutter and out the down- 
spout. The natural surface tension of water causes it to cling to the guard edge and 
flow into the slots. 

Another design uses a thick plastic mesh. It fits inside against the back of the gutter 
and across the top. It is caulked securely in place. Any tiny debris that gets through it 
will easily flow down the downspout. This design is easy to install and less expensive 
than the solid types. 

The best method, but most expensive, is to install an entire gutter system with an 
integral guard. This method is particularly effective in areas of the country with heavy 
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savings are negligible and the time and 
effort of digging them in is probably more 



very fall intrepid gardeners through the task of planting and spoil the 

ponder their properties and 

plan for the new year. Or, more 

likely, every spring property 
owners drive about and jealously wonder 
why they did not plan ahead for beautiful 
spring colors bursting from tulips, daf- 
fodils and crocus. Well, now is the time to 
plan ahead and get your garden in shape. 
If you want a high visual impact with 
early spring colors, then Tim Schipper, a third 
generation flower bulb merchant, advocates 
planting 100 tulips as the best way to go. 

"Planting for mass effect really draws 
the eye. Mips in large coordinated com- 
binations put on a great show, " says 
Schipper. His company specializes in col- 
orful combinations of tulips and other 
flowering bulbs for spring displays called 
"Nature's Fireworks." 



expensive than the bulbs themselves. Fall 
planting begins when soil temperatures 
start dropping to 55 to 60 degrees 
Fahrenheit. Once you have your bulbs, 
unpack them immediately and store in a 
dry, dark and cool place (50 to 65 degrees) 
until you are ready to plant. 
Choosing Your Site 

For best results pick a spot.that gets at 
least six hours of direct sunshine a day 
and has well drained soil. For 100 bulbs 
planted at the recommended five per 
square foot, you'll need an area of about 
20 square feet. Dragging up your old math 
skills, you may remember that the area of 




Pointed primrose-yellow flowers hovering at the 
base of large oval blooms of deep blood-red. A 

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1) Dig out an area of 5 feet square, 7 Inches 
deep. Place the soil on a sheet of plywood or 
cardboard. (15 minutes). 




Though a square or rectangle is length times 



Colorblend's minimum order quantities 
— 100 tulips or 50 daffodils — may seem 
intimidating at first, Schipper emphasizes 
that planting in quantity is both easy and 
rewarding. "One hundred tulips will fill a 
20-square-foot bed perfectly, so we're real- 
ly talking about an area almost anyone 
can dig up, plant and cover in 30 minutes. 
Don't bother with those little single bulb 
planters. 

"They're tiring to use and they don't 
give a bulb the best start. You don't even 
need to fertilize bulbs the first season. All 
you need is a garden shovel or spade." 
Tim's method is perfect for planting color- 
ful spring beds that add landscape value 
to your property or for cut flowers at only 
30 cents a stem. 
Getting Ready 

Bulb size matters. Larger, healthy 
bulbs simply produce superior plants 
with more impressive flowers. Why go 



width. So, for 100 bulbs you'll need to 



mark out an area of say four teet by hve 
feet or maybe two feet by ten feet. 
Planting 

As a general rule the planting depth 
(measured from top of bulb to soil level) 
should be two to three times the greatest 
diameter of the bulb. If your soil is very 
sandy, plant a bit deeper, in heavy clay 
somewhat less deep. Keep in mind that 
given planting depths are measured to the 
top of the bulb; thus plan to excavate the 




2) Place the bulbs evenly and position points up. 
Some bulbs may end up sideways or upside down 
when covered. Don't worry— they will grow prop- 
erly thanks to geotropism: plants always grow 
opposite gravity. (5 minutes). 



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bulbs and tamp down lightly. If the soil Is dry at 
the time, water thoroughly. The water will wash 
the soil in around the bulbs eliminating air pockets 
and will start the bulbs rooting. Finish covering the 
bulbs with the remaining soil. (10 minutes) 



area one to two inches deeper. The depth inches deep. Place the soil on a sheet of the soil is dry at the time, water thorough- 



of planting will help to protect the bulbs 
against frost, animals, and physical dam- 
age due to hoeing and light cultivating. 
For 100 tulips the planting depth will be 
seven inches to the base of the bulb. 

For planting large quantities of bulbs 
in beds or borders follow these directions 
(see accompanying photos): 

• Dig out an area of 5 feet square, 7 



plywood or cardboard. (15 minutes). 

Place the bulbs evenly and position 



points up. Some bulbs may end up side- 
ways or upside down when covered. Don't 
worry - they will grow properly thanks to 
geotropism: plants always grow opposite 
gravity. (5 minutes). 

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ly. The water will wash the soil in arouncl 
the bulbs eliminating air pockets and will 
start the bulbs rooting. Finish covering the 
bulbs with the remaining soil. (10 minutes) 
Wash up and wait for spring! The lush 
beds of flowers that spring up wherever 
you've planted this way will change the 
way you feel about tulips and other spring 
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time for autumn leaves to start 
falling down. This year, don't dread 
what the changing leaf colors signi- 
fy; learn how to ease the strain and 
pain of raking — fall's most taxing 



Your first step is to not rake — yet. As you 
continue mowing on into the fall, you can bag 
many of those leaves, or mulch them if you 
have a mulching mower. Once you've stopped 
mowing for the season, however, it's not rec- 
ommended to mow only to mulch the leaves; 
When your grass has stopped growing, that's 
the time to address the leaves. 

One tempting option in leaf removal is a 
leaf blower. While these gadgets might do the 
trick on dry leaves, leaves are often damp and 
in tighter spaces where the blower is ineffi- 
cient. Gasoline-powered leaf blowers are also 
not environmentally friendly, and most mod- 
els are quite noisy, rendering them not very 
neighborhood friendly either. Try an electric 
leaf blower only for areas that truly require 
them, such as the roof. 

With the high-powered options out, looks 
like it's back to good old-fashioned raking. 
When beginning to rake, first decide which 
leaves must go and which leaves can remain. 
Leaves can be left under trees and shrubs 
where they will compost themselves, so mat 
when spring returns, you will need signifi " 
cantly less new bark mulch to cover the ar?as 
surrounding youY trees and shrubbery: 
Research has shown that trees fair better 
when they have a mulched area surrounding 
them. The mulch will improve the tree's 
health and increase its growth rate. 
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waiting too long will make for much harder 
work. Selecting a proper rake can significantly 
reduce the amount of time you spend raking. 
For instance, the new Clog- Free Rake from 
Ames True Temper eliminates the frustration 
and inconvenience of stuck leaves at the end 
of the rake. Whereas traditional rakes leave 
you perpetually stopping and bending over to 
remove clogged leaves from the tines, the 
innovative Clog-Free Rake has a wave-shaped 
tooth design that keeps those leaves from 
sticking. It also features a ComfortGrip handle 
to reduce hand fatigue and blisters. 

When you venture into the yard to rake, 
remember to pace yourself and be careful of 
your back. Raking is a vigorous activity that 
leaves many people with sore backs because 
it requires the use of muscles you don't typi- 
cally u se. Be sure to avoid back injury by mov- 
ing your feet instead of standing in one spot 
and constandy bending and straightening. Be 
sure not to twist the trunk of your body as you 
rake. A proper raking procedure is to rake 
leaves straight back and move with the rake 
as you walk backwards. Take frequent breaks 
while you work, and give your back a good 
stretch by leaning backwards to reduce pain. 
Also switch hand positions periodically to 
reduce the amount of stress on one arm and 
side of the body. 

If you already have back problems or 
know that raking always puts a strain on your 
bade, look into purchasing a rake that is more : 
ergonomically correct. The Ergo Rake, also 
from Ames True Temper, for example, features 
a unique contoured handle so it's easy on the 
back and requires no stooping or twisting. 
Because of its unique design, pressure is 
exerted on the rake, not the neck, back, or 
shoulders. It also features a large handle 
diameter and a slip-free grip to reduce hand 
fatigue. 

Once you've gotten all those leaves 
together, consider making a compost of them 
to create mulch and fertilizer for the spring. 
Rake them towards the back of your yard or 
onto a vegetable bed if you have one, as long 
as you sprinkle on lime or ashes. Group them 
into piles approximately the size of two full 
garbage bags. You can also add summer flow- 
ers and plants you've pulled for the year as 
well as twigs and grass clippings. Just make 
sure to include a layer of dirt between each 
foot of leaves. Sprinkle the pile with cotton- 
seed meal and water if it's dry. Make sure to 
turn the pile once a month to ensure overall 
moisture dispersal. 

If you don't have the space to compost . 
and have to cart the leaves to your front lawn 
or need to bag diem, consider using a wheel- 
barrow to do the hauling. For easier pick-up, 
Ames True Temper's Rake, Gather & Go has a 
detachable head that makes gathering leaves 
and grass clippings a cinch. When it's time to 
gamer the leaves, simply remove the detach- 
able head and scoop it togeUier with the rake 
for quick pickups. The detachable head clips 
easily onto the back of the rake for conve- 
nient storage. 

Remember, while the task may be no day 
in the park, mere are plenty of ways to make 
raking less taxing. Spread your work out and 
enlist help. Raking leaves with the family can 
lead to some wonderful romps m the piles for 
the kids. Or, enlist some of the neighborhood 
teenagers to aid in the chore. They'll enjoy 
earning some extra cash, and you can earn . 
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This spacious downtown Anlioch ranch is ready to move 
into. With brick and aluminum exterior and hardwood firs 

inside, it is easy to maintain. 3 bdrms plus den, fam rm 

with fireplace, c/a, form din rm, full bsmt, master bth, 1 

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This nice 2 flat is on the northeast side of Kenosha. It has 

hardwood firs, 2 units with 2 bdrms plus lin/separate din 

rm and shared full bsmt and 2.5 car garage. 

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in white colonial kitchen hits a garden window, c/a, formal 
dining rm, 2.5 car garage, beautiful wooded lot. 

$214,500 



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Beautiful 1 bdrm condo just 3 years old located close to 

shopping and 1-94. Oak cabinet kitchen, all appliances 

incl, neutral decor, attached garage. Lots of storage. 

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preserve just a few doors away. Glistening hardwood firs, 

open and airy living rm/dining rm w/cathedral ceiling, 3 

bdrm newly remodeled 1 .5 baths. Full basement, garage 

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a new home. 

According to the poll, six in 10 renters 
are planning to buy a home in the next 
Ifaree years. At the same time, the new 
data shows that renters are Finding rea- 
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planning to buy, 42 percent say they are 
not buying yet because they believe they 
cannot afford the house they want or 
need, or they are holding off to save for 
down payments. 

The-KRC Research poll confirms that 
perceptions of the home-buying process 
intimidate more than half of renters in 
the U.S. Of those renters who believe the 
process to be complicated, 42 percent say 
they are worried about making a costly 
mistake, and another 42 percent don't 
know where to begin or are intimidated 
by the paperwork. 

"Despite all the attention given to the 

lowest mortgage rates most of us have 
seen in our lifetime, hundreds of thou- 
sands of would-be homebuyers have not 
taken action and may miss out on this • 
opportunity," said Gene Morris, senior 
vice president, Bank of America 
Consumer Real Estate. "Consumers owe 
it to themselves to investigate the many 
flexible mortgage options and stream- 
lined processes to reduce paperwork that 
are available today." 

New mortgage programs are making it 
easier that ever for home-buying novices 
to enter the market. According to experts, 
free consumer information, the availabili- 
ty of flexible lending programs with low- 
or no-down payment options and simpler 
application process make the dream of 
home ownership more realistic. 



"The perception is that buying a home 
is out of reach. Many prospective home- 
buyers may not be making a connection 
between the current mortgage rates-the 
lowest on record-and affordability," said 
Morris. "For instance, on a $150,000 
mortgage, the difference between a 30- 
year fixed-rate mortgage at seven percent 
and one at five and a half percent means 
a monthly payment savings of more than 
$150, or nearly $2,000 annually." 

Experts agree this should be a wake 
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renting homes in the U.S. According to 
the U.S. Census, for every one percentage 
point drop in interest rates, the dream of 
owning a home becomes a reality for 



roughly another million renters. 

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leading financial services companies and 
one of the nation's leading providers of 
home financing. In 2002, Bank of 
America helped more than 800,000 cus- 
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ship, save'money by refinancing their 
mortgage or make needed home improve- 
ments or other important purchases with 
home equity lines or loans. Bank of 
America customers can access us through 
4,400 domestic offices and 13,000 ATMs, 
as well as 24 hours a day through on-line 
banking services; Bank of America pro- 
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nice size deck and even more. Quality throughout on 11/4 acre. $319,900 

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In sought after Oak Valley.Thls home boasts large room sizes, m 

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fenced backyard, all appliances'stay. Don't miss this home! Close to parks, shopping 

"T| and transportation - All you have to do is move in. 5 1 79,900 
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Set on over I acre, this home features 4 bedrms.. 2-1/2 baths, finished English 
basemt, vaulted ceilings. Family rra, rec. im. super master bdi Beautiful patio^ 

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ORCHARD BLUFF ESTATES - BEL AIRE RANCH BY K.LH 

Great floor plan. Great rm. w/wood. burning fp. Master bed w/super bth. Huge kit 
loads of cabinets. Heath rm. for gathering over looking poll and spacious deck, Ful. 

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Set on I .acre, this home features 4-5 bedrms.; 3- 1 /2 bths„ master fc**£jN»er 
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acre full unfinished walk-out basement plumbed for bath ready to finish. 4 Bed. 2 
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■> area. Slider leading to deckAttached 3 car gar. $309,7 1 1 



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GiRAYSLAKE CHERRY CREEK - SALE OR RENT 

Great Carollon model. 2-3. bedrms., 2- 1/2 baths. Loft family im, 2 car garage, deck 

exercise room, party room. Close to CLC, train, shopping and schools. 

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Something for everyone. 32 x 16 Indoor, pool Attached 12-1/2 car s 
car garage/3 season gazebo, fish pond; 3-4 bedr^ 2AH bths.AII on 
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Great home In perfect condition. 3-4 bedrooms. 2- 1/2 bths., family rm., lower level 
rec. im, vaulted celling, skytlces master bedr. w/super master bth. 3+ car garage. 

English base. Deck, cement & paver patio. $339,7 1 1 

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